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CATALOGUE OF 


An extensive series of 


FOREIGN & ENGLISH 
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9.30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. 


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CONDITIONS OF SALE 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided 
the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. . 

SECOND.—No person to advance less than 1s.; above five pounds, 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 


TxirpD.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price 
imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller 
to bid either personally or else by any one person who 
may be the Auctioneer. 


FourtH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of 
abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound or more in 
part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, 
if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased 
to be immediately put up again and re-sold. 


FirtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 
prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described — 
in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or 
reject it, provided always that notice of such. rejection 
be made and the lot returned within seven days from 
date of sale. 


SrxTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between 
buyer and seller and for both peatabie. 

SEVENTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
the safe custody of any lots left more than three days 
after the sale. 


EicuTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of 
their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers 
not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which 
might be discovered after the lots have been removed — 
from their premises. 


Please Note. 


The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus: — 
A’=gold, AX=silver, A!=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 

Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 


Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins 
and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, 
Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed 
that the coins and medals are not in good condition. 





EXCHANGE CONTROL (GOLD COINS EXEMPTION) 


ORDER, 1966 


Tue above Order, which came into effect on the 27th April, 1966, necessi- 
tates the following requirements in respect of ALL GOLD COINS DATED 
AFTER 1837. 


is 


2. 


BUYING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands must produce satisfactory proof that they are in possession 
of permission from the Bank of England to purchase gold coins 
dated after 1837. (Applications to maintain a collection of gold 
coins dated after 1837 should be submitted to the Dealing and 
Accounts Office, Bank of England, London, E.C.2, on Form GCl1 
(obtainable from any Bank) .) 


(b) Scheduled Territories. Bids are accepted on the understanding 


that local Exchange Control permission, where necessary, has been 
obtained for the importation of purchases. 


(c) Other Overseas Buyers are not, in any way, affected by this 


Order. 


SELLING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands. Intending Vendors must produce satisfactory proof that 
they are in possession of permission from the Bank of England to 
sell gold coins dated after 1837. 


(6) Overseas Vendors. A Licence is required to import any gold coin 


dated after 1837. Intending Vendors should first submit to us a 
detailed list of all gold coins dated after 1837 which they propose 
to send for sale, in order that an Import Licence may be obtained. 





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Complete settlement made 21 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SALE. 
CASH ADVANCES, at our discretion, if required. 


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jours aprés la vente. 


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Lots will be purchased in the 


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CATALOGUE OF 


FOREIGN & ENGLISH COINS 


in GOLD, SILVER and BRONZE 


FIRST DAY OF SALE 


Wednesday, 25th October, 1967 
commencing at 10 a.m. precisely 





L-C. = Leopoldo Lopez-Chaves. Catalogo de la Onza Espanola, etc. 


GOLD COINS OF PERU, Ete. 


PERU 
Lor 


1* Charles II, Cob 8-Escudos (type I), Lima, 1697, mint-master’s 
initial H (L-C. 42; Fr. 1). Extremely rare and very fine. 


2* —— Escudo, 1697, castle dividing LH (type as Fr.10). Ex- 
tremely rare and extremely fine. 


3* Philip V, Cob 8-Escudos (type II), 1708H (L-C.53; Fr. 7). 
Very rare and very fine. 


4* ___ Cob 8-Escudos, 1709M (L-C. 54). Very rare and fine. 


5* —— Cob 8-Escudos, 1720M (L-C. 65), counterstamped on ob- 
verse. Fine. 


6* Louis I, Cob 8-Escudos (type III), 1725M (L-C.70; Fr. 11). 
Only two dates for this reign. Very rare and very fine. 


7* Philip V, Cob 8-Escudos (type IV), 1730 N (L-C. 77; Fr. 7). Rare 
and almost very fine. 


8* —— Cob 8-Escudos, 1733N (L-C.80). Rare and very fine. 


9* —— Cob 8-Escudos, 1734N (L-C.81). Scarce and good, has 
been mounted. 


1 


250 


105 


160 


210 


125 


255 


125 


140 


0) 


130 


165 


100 


135 


130 


95 


130 


48 


100 


58 


Lot 


10* 


11* 


12* 


13* 


22* 


93* 


~——— Cob 8-Escudos, 1735 N (L-C. 82). Scarce and almost very 
fine, has been plugged. 


—— Cob 8-Escudos, 1740V (L-C. 88). Rare and almost very 
fine. 


—— Cob 8-Escudos, 1742 V (L-C.90). Rare and fine, has been 
mounted. 


—— Cob 8-Escudos, 1745 V (L-C.93). Rare and almost very 
fine. 


Ferdinand VI, Cob 8-Escudos (type VI), 1749 (over 48 R (L-C. 
99; Fr.12). Rare and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos (type VIII), 1751 J, large bust, moneyer’s initial 
and value by arms (L-C. 101; Fr. 16). Scarce and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1752 J (L-C. 102). Scarce and almost extremely 
fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1753 J (L-C. 103). Scarce and almost extremely 
fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1753 J, similar. Very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos (type IX), 1754 JD, small bust, no mark of value 
(L-C, 104; Fr. 20). Scarce and almost extremely fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1755 JM (L-C. 105). Scarce and very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1755 JM, similar. Very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1756 JM (L-C.106). Scarce and almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— 8-Escudos (type X), 1757JM (L-C.107). Scarce and 
almost extremely fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1758 ]M. Very fine, has been mounted. 
—— 8Escudos, 1759 JM (L-C. 109). Scarce and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1759 JM. Fine, striking flaw on obverse. 


29* 


30* 


31* 


32* 


39* 


40 


41 


* __ 8-Escudos, 1760 JM (L-C. 110). Scarce and very fine. 


—— 4-Escudos (type IV), 1753 J, large bust (L-C. 31; Fr. 17). 
An extremely rare date and extremely fine. 


Charles III, 8-Escudos (type XI), 1761 JM, bust with sash (L-C. 
111; Fr. 24). Very rare and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1762 JM (L-C. 112). Rare and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos (type XII), 1763 JM, new obv. and rev. (L-C. 
113; Fr. 28). Rare and almost very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1764 JM (L-C. 114). Rare, scratch before face, 
otherwise very fine. 


* —__ 8-Escudos, 1766 JM (L-C. 116). Rare and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1767 JM (L-C. 117). Rare and almost very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos (type XIII), 1769JM, new obv. (L-C. 119). 
Very rare and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1771 JM (L-C.121). Very rare and very fine, 
but some flaws in flan. 


—— 8-Escudos (type XIV), 1772 JM, new rev. with 8S (L-C. 
123; Fr. 32). Rare and very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1773 JM (L-C. 125). Fine, trace of mount. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1774MJ (L-C. 127). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1777 MJ (L-C. 130). Fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1778MJ (L-C. 131). Very fine, but some flaws 
in flan. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1779M]J (L-C. 132). Fine, has been mounted. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1780 MI (L-C. 133). Almost extremely fine. 


—-—- Similar lot. Almost very fine. 


110 


370 


180 


160 


135 


145 


150 


145 


140 


110 


90 


40 


45 


40 


28 


0 


60 


390 


240 


90 
58 


45 


48 


44 


42 


46 


36 


48 


50 


6 
- 8-Escudos, 1782 MI (L-C. 135). Fine. 
—— 8Escudos, 1783 MI (L-C. 136). Almost extremely fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1784 MI (L-C. 187). Almost very fine. 


—— 8Escudos, 1786 MI (L-C. 139). Almost extremely fine, but 
some blank-filing marks. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1787 MI (L-C. 140). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1788IJ (L-C. 75). Very fine. 
—— Similar lot. Almost very fine. 


—— 4Escudos (type IX), 1772 JM (L-C. 44, “‘unique’’; Fr. 33). 
Extremely rare and almost very fine. 


—— 2-Escudos (type VIII), 1780 MI (Fr. 34; these mint-masters 
unrecorded by L-C. for this date). Extremely rare and 
almost extremely fine. 


—— 1-Escudo, 1764 JM (Fr. 31). Extremely rare and fine. 


Charles IV, 8-Escudos (type XV), 1789IJ, bust of Chas. ITI 
(L-C. 144; Fr. 36). Almost very fine. 


—— Similar lot. Fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1790IJ (L-C. 145). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1791 IJ (L-C. 146). Fine. 


—— 8-Escudos (type XVI), 1792IJ, bust of Chas. IV (L-C 
147; Fr. 40). Fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1793IJ (L-C. 148). Almost very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, 1794IJ (L-C. 149). Very fine but flaw in flan. 
—— 8-Escudos, 17951J (L-C. 150). Very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1796 1J (L-C. 151). Fine but has been mounted. 


* —_ 8-Escudos, 1797IJ (L-C. 152). Extremely fine. 


Lor 


66 


67 


68 


6o* 


73* 


74* 


7G* 


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78 


FA 


80 


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82 


83* 


—— 8-Escudos, 1798IJ (L-C. 154). Fine. 

—— 8-Escudos, 1799IJ (L-C. 155). Very fine. 

—— 8-Escudos, 1800IJ (L-C. 156). Almost very fine. 

— 8-Escudos, 1802IJ (L-C. 158). Fine. 

—— 8-Escudos, 1805 JP (L-C. 161). Almost extremely fine. 
—-— 8-Escudos, 1807 JP (L-C. 163). Very fine, but flaws in flan. 
—— 1-Escudo, 1790IJ (Fr. 39). Rare and very fine. 


Ferdinand VII, 8-Escudos, Lima mint (type XVII), 1810 JP, 
bust in uniform (L-C. 167; Fr. 44). Rave and almost very 
fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1811 JP (L-C. 168). Rare and almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, Lima (type XVIII), 1812 JP, large draped bust 
(L-C. 169; Fr. 48). Very rare and extremely fine. 


—— Similar lot. Fine, but flaws in flan. 


—— 8-Escudos, Lima (type XIX), 1813 JP, small draped bust 
(L-C. 171; Fr.50). Rare and extremely fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, Lima (type XX), 1814JP, undraped bust 
(L-C. 173; Fr. 54). Very fine but tooled on obverse. 


— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1815 JP (L-C. 174). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1817 JP (L-C. 176). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1818 JP (L-C.177). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1819 JP (L-C.178). Very fine. 
—— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1820 JP (L-C.179). Very fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, Lima, 1821 JP (LC-: 180). Very fine and large 
flan. 


40 


52 


50 


68 


60 


38 


135 


135 


150 


34 


85 


44 


50 


54 


400 


34 


36 


50 


30 


10 


a4 


36 


24 


Lot 

84* —— 8-Escudos, Cuzco, 1824G (L-C.7; Fr.55). Very rare and 
very fine. 

85* —— Similar lot. Very rare and fine. 

86 —— 1-Escudo, Lima, 1813 JP, draped bust (Fr. 53). Very rare 
and almost extremely fine, but pierced. 

87 —— 1-Escudo, Lima, 1818, extremely fine but pierced; 1820, 
fine. 

88 —— 4-Escudo, Lima, 1817, 1818, both extremely fine; 1821, 


very fine. 


89* Republic, 8-Escudos, Cuzco (type I), 1828G (L-C.: 1176; Fr. 63). 


92* ——_ 


93* —— 


94 —— 


96 —— 


98* —— 


99* —— 


Rare and extremely fine, but flaw in flan. 


8-Escudos, Lima (type IIT), 1853 MB (L-C. 1169; Fr. 62). 
Almost very fine. 


8-Escudos, Lima, 1854 MB (L-C. 1170). Very fine. 
8-Escudos, Lima, 1855MB (L-C.1171). Extremely fine. 


4-Escudos, Lima, 1855 MB (L-C. 566; Fr. 64). Scarce and 
very fine. 


2-Escudos, Lima, 1853 MB (L-C. 849; Fr. 65). Scarce and 
almost very fine. 


Similar lot. Fine. 
1-Escudo, Cuzczo 1826, fine but holed; Lima 1829, fine; 
j-Escudo, Cuzco 1826, extremely fine but holed; Lima 1839, 


very fine; South Peru, 1-Escudo, Cuzco 1838, fine but 
holed. 


8-Escudos, Lima (type IV), 1863 YB (L-C. 1173; Fr. 68). 
Rare and very fine but trace of mounting. 


20-Soles, 1863 YB (Fr. 70). Very fine. 


10-Soles, 1863 YB (Fr.71), scarce and extremely fine; 
5-Soles, 1863 (Fr. 72), very fine but has been mounted. 


uw 


Lor 


100 


101 


102 


107 


108 


109* 


110* 


111 


112 


113 


114 


115 


—— 1-Libra, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901 (Fr.73). Very fine or 
better. 


— 1-Libra, 1902, 1908, 1904 (Fr. 73); $-Libra, 1903, 1904 
(Fr. 74). Very fine or better. 


—— 1-Libra, 1905, 1906, 1907; $-Libra, 1905. Very fine or 
better. 


—— 1-Libra, 1908, 1909, 1910 (Fr. 73); 4-Libra, 1908 (Fr. 74); 
5-Soles, 1910 (Fr. 76). Very fine or better. 


—— 1-Libra, 1911, 1913, 1916, 1917 (Fr. 73). Extremely fie. 
—— 1-Libra, 1918, 1919, 1922, 1925 (Fr. 73). Extremely fine. 
—— 1-Libra, 1925, 1927, 1929 (Fr. 73). Extremely fine. 

—— 100, 50 and 20-Soles, 1950 (Fr. 78-80). Extremely fine. 
— 100, 50 and 20-Soles, 1951 (Fr. 78-80). Extremely fine. 
— 50-Soles, 1952 (Fr. 79). Rare and extremely fine. 


—— 20-Soles, 1952 (Fr. 80). Rare and extremely fine. 


—— 100 and 20-Soles, 1953 (Fr. 78 and 80); 1/5th-Libra, 1953 
(Fr. 75). Extremely fine. 


— 100, 50 and 20-Soles, 1954 (Fr. 78-80). Almost extremely 
fine. 


—— 20-Soles, 1955 (Fr. 80); 1/5th-Libra, 1955 (Fr.75). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1956 (Fr. 78-82). Extremely 


fine. 


—— 100, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1957 (Fr. 78, 80-82). Extremely 
fine. 


* — 100-Soles, 1958 (Fr.78), Rare and extremely finc. 


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20 


42 


34 


34 


18 


38 


44 


48 


32 


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0) 


0 


0 


20 


38 


44 


46 


J 


46 


54 


Lor 


117* 


120 


121 


122 


123 


124 


10 
50-Soles, 1958 (Fr. 80), rare and extremely fine; 1/5th- 
Libra, 1958 (Fr. 75), extremely fine. 
100, 50, 20 and 10-Soles, 1959 (Fr. 78-81). Extremely fine. 


100, 50, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1960 (Fr. 78-82). Extremely 
fine. 


100, 50, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1961 (Fr. 78-82). Extremely 
fine. 


1-Libra and 1/5th-Libra, 1961 (Fr. 73, 75). Extremely fine. 


100, 50, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1962 (Fr. 78-82). Extremely 
fine. 


1, $ and 1/5th-Libra, 1962 (Fr. 73-75). Extremely fine. 


20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1962 (Fr. 80-82); 1 and J$-Libra, 1962 
(Fr. 73, 74). Extremely fine. 


100, 50, 20 and 10-Soles, 1963 (Fr. 78-81). Extremely fine. 
100-Soles, 1964, matt finish (F r. 78). Almost extremely fine. 


50, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1964, normal finish (Fr. 79-82). 
Extremely fine. 


1, 4 and 1/5th-Libra, 1964 (Fr. 73-75). Extremely fine. 


100, 50, 20, 10 and 5-Soles, 1965 (Fr. 78-82). Extremely 
fine. 


1, 4 and 1/5th-Libra, 1965 (Fr. 73-75). Extremely fine. 


100 and 50-Soles, 1565-1965, struck on the 400th anni- 
versary of the foundation of the Lima mint (Y.66 and 
Y.65). Extremely fine. 


Similar lot. 


BotiviA, Charles IV, 8-Escudos, Potosi mint, 1794 PR )L-C. 453; 


Fr. 14). Very fine but flaws in flan, 


Lor 
134 


135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


140* 


141* 


142* 


143 


144 


11 


—— —— 8-Escudos, Potosi, 1798 PP (L-C. 457). Very fine. 


Curie, Charles IV, 8-Escudos, Santiago mint, 1804 FJ (L-C. 619; 
Fr. 23). Almost extremely fine. 


CotomstA, Charles III, 8-Escudos, Popayan mint, 1781 SF (L-C. 
389; Fr. 31). Fine. 


—— Ferdinand VII, 8-Escudos, Bogota mint, 1808 JF (L-C. 541; 
Fr. 55). Die flaw across obverse, fine. 


Spain, Philip IV, Cob 2-Escudos, Seville mint, mint-master R, 
date off flan (Fr. 76), fine; Boxttvia, Charles IV, 2-Escudos, 
Potosi, 1795, good; miniature copy of Cob 8-Escudos of 
Lima, 1707, has been mounted. 


Roman, Valens, A.D. 364-378, A’ Solidus of Arelate, RESTITVTOR 
REIPVBLICAE, KONSA in ex. (C.35). Fine. 


DenMARK, Christian V, Ducat, 1694 (Fr. 144). Very rare and 
very fine. 


—— Frederick IV, Ducat, 1726 (Fr. 224). Rare and very fine. 


—— Frederick V, Double Ducat, 1746, Ex AuRO sINICO (Fr. 257). 
Extremely rare and extremely fine. 


FRANCE, Second Republic, 10-Francs, 1851; Napoleon III, 10- 
Francs, 1857 A (2), 1859, 1860, 1866, 1868; Third Repub- 
lic, 10-Francs, 1905, 1907. Fine. 


Prussia, Friedrich, 20 and 10-Marks, 1888 (Fr. 80, 81). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


5* Hanover, Georg V, 25-Thalers, 1853, engrailed edge (Fr. 1175). 


Rare and almost extremely fine. 
—— Gold Krone, 1866 (Fr. 1176). Rare and extremely fine. 


Se Ludwig III, 20-Marks, 1874 (Fr. 36). Scarce and very 
ne. 


LuBeck, Free City, 10-Marks, 1904, small arms (Fr.50). Rare 
and extremely fine. 


68 


46 


68 


60 


155 


22 


12 


36 


15 


44 


0 


270 


30 


i9 


120 


44 


150 


34 


26 


0 


0 


Lor 
149* 


161* 


162 


163 


12 


Saxony, Johan Georg I, 8-Ducats, 1630, on the centenary of the 
Augsburg Confession (Fr. 2442 var.). Very rare and almosi 
extremely fine. 


SAXE-CosuRG-GoTHA, Ernst II, 20-Marks, 1886 (Fr. 104). Rare 
and very fine. 


PapaL STATES, Pope Pius IX, 24-Scudi, 1863 R, AN. xvi (Pag. 
375; Fr. 273). Scarce and extremely fine. 


— WAN Scudo, 1859R, an. xm (Pag. 383; Fr. 277). Scarce and 
extremely fine. 


— AN Scudo, 1861R, an. xvi (Pag. 385). Scarce and ex- 
tremely fine. 


PoLanp, Jan Cazimir, 2-Ducats, Danzig, 1658 (H-Cz. 2128; Fr. 
Danzig 22). Very rare and extremely fine. 


Russia, Nicholas II, Platinum 3-Roubles, 1831 (Sev. 602; Ir. 
123). Scarce and very fine. 


Spain, Philip V, 8-Escudos, Seville mint, 1712M (L-C. 695; Fr. 
107). Rare and very fine. 


CHILE, Republic, 8-Escudos, 1840I1J (L-C. 879; Fr. 41). Very 
fine. 


Cupa, 10-Pesos, 1916 (Fr. 3). Very fine. 


GUATEMALA, Republic, 20-Pesos, 1869 (Fr. 38). Rare and almost 
extremely fine. 


AFGHANISTAN, Muhammed Zahir Shab, Dinar or 8 grams, AH 
1315 (A.D. 1937) (Fr. 37). Extremely rare and extremely 


fine. 


InpiA, East India Company, Proof Mohur, Murshidabad mint, 
AH 1202, vertical milling (Atkins 4; Fr. 275). Rare and 
extremely fine. 


Hejaz, Husein ibn Ali, Dinar, AH 1334, 1923 (Fr. 1). Scarce 
and extremely fine. 


Morocco, Abu-Sayd Uthman II, AH 710-31, broad Dinar of Fas. 
Fine. 


Lot 


164 


165 


166* 


167 


168 


169 


170* 


171 


172 


173* 


174 


178* 


13 


PersiA, Fath Ali, 1797-1834, 4-Toman of Isfahan, AH 1249, ruler 
seated on throne (Fr. 41). Rare and fine. 


SauDI ARABIA, 4-Pounds (struck in 1945-56), U.S. MINT PHILA- 
DELPHIA U.S.A. (Fr. 107). Very fine. 


Treet, 20-Srang or Mohur, 1918 (Fr. 1). Rare and very fine. 


OrromaAn Empire, Muhammad V, 1909-18, 100-Piastres, Con- 
stantinople mint, Year 10 (Fr. 44), very fine; 100-Piastres, 
Year 1, Brusa mint (Fr. 49), rave and extremely fine. 


—— 100-Piastres, Adrianople mint, Year 2; Kossova mint, Year 
3. Rare and extremely fine. 


— 100-Piastres, Monastir mint, Year 3; Salonika mint, Year 
3. Rare and extremely fine. 


YEMEN, Iman Ahmad, 1948-62, gold striking of Ahmadi Riyal, 
AH 1381, San’a mint (Fr.1). Extremely rare and ex- 
tremely fine. 


SILVER COINS 
FRANCE, Louis Philippe, 5-Francs, 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838. 
Very fine. 


TEUTONIC ORDER, Archduke Maximilian, Double-Thaler, 1614. 
Fine. 


Hoty Roman Empire, Leopold I, Double-Thaler, undated. 
Nearly FDC. 


SALZBURG, Hieronymus V Colloredo, Thaler, 1796 (Dav. 1265). 
Fine. 


Nap_es, Ferdinand IV, Piastre, 1785, 1788 (Dav. 1405, 1406). 
Fine. 


SUBALPINE REPUBLIC, 5-Francs, Year 10 (Davv. 197). Fine. 
Racusa, Libertina of 2-Ducats, 1794 (Dav. 1641). Very fine. 


PAPAL STATES, Innocent XI, Scudo, undated, vev. NON PRO- 
DERVNT IN DIE, etc. (T. 106). Rare and extremely fine. 


oI 


115 


10 


38 


20 


13 


Lor 
179 


180 


181* 


182 


183 


184 


186 
187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


192 


193 


194 


196 


14 


—— Pius VII, Scudo, 1816, Bologna (Dav. 183). Very fine. 


—— Pius IX, Scudo, 1853, Rome (Dav. 194). Rare and very 
fine. 


SWEDEN, Gustavus Adolphus, Medallic Quadruple Riksdaler, 
1633, King on prancing horse left, vev. crowned arms. 


Very rare and very fine. 


TRANSYLVANIA, Michael Apafi, Thaler, 1678 (Resch. 229). Very 
fine. 


Botivi4, Philip II, Cob 8-Reales (Yr. 902). Pierced but fine. 
—— Similar lot (Yr. 906). Fine. 

BraziL, John, Prince Regent, 960-Reis, 1816. Extremely fine. 
-——— Peter I, 960-Reis, 1924 Rio. Slightly off-centre, but FDC. 
—— Peter II, 1,000, 500, 200-Reis, 1866. Extremely fine. 


CoLomsiA, Peso, 1956, 200th anniversary of the mint (Dav. 21). 
FDC. 


GUATAMALA, Peso, 1894 (Dav. 20). FDC. 


—— Peso, 1894, countermarked on Peruvian Sol (Dav. 23). 
Very fine. 


Honpuras, Peso, 1888 (Dav. 3). Extremely fine. 


Mexico, Ferdinand VI, Pillar Dollar, 1756. N stamped in field, 
but very fine. 


—— Augustin Iturbide, 8-Reales, 1822. Fie. 
Peru, Charles IV, 8-Reales, 1798. Very fine. 


—— Republic, Sol, 1868, 1882, 1896, 1923, 1934. Very fine and 
better. 


SaLvapor, Peso, 1898. Extremely fine. 


Lor 
197 


198 


199 


200 


201 


203 


204 


205 


206 


208 


15 


SoutH AMERICA, silver coins of various countries and denomina- 
tions. Fine and better. 


OTHER PROPERTIES 
GOLD COINS 


Holland, 5-Cents, 1918, struck in gold, 8.7 grams. Extremely 
fine, rare. 


—— 24-Cents, 1918, struck in gold, milled edge. Brilliant and 
rare, 


China, part of amulet (about two-thirds), cast in gold, obv. 
Chinese characters, vev. animals under trees, square centre 
hole, 48mm. diameter, 7mm. thick, 125 grams. File 
marks at edge, fine, rare. 


—— Shantung Province, circular ingot with round centre hole, 
obv. three countermarks ‘“‘City Bank of Koshi’’, vev. plain, 
30mm. diam., 37 grams (1-Tael). Extremely fine. 


—— Kwang Tung Province, 20-Cents, 1924, struck in gold, obv. 
head of Sun Yat Sen in profile to left, edge milled (cj. 
Kann 735). Extremely fine, extremely rare in gold. 


—— 1-Tael ingot of Tai Fons Tans (31 gr.), 26x 11x 6mm., 
three countermarks, rev. 1,000. Very fine. 


Tibet, Chien Lung, 4-Sho or 5-Fen, 1793, struck in gold, 5.2 
grams (cf. Kann 1460). Extremely fine, extremely rare in 
gold. 


—— Kwang Hsu, Szechuen, 3-Rupee (1903), head of Kwang 
Hsu to left, milled edge (K. 1546). Extremely fine. 





Rupee struck in gold from two obverse dies, head of 
Kwang Tsu to left, edge milled. Extremely fine, rare. 


Austria, F. Joseph I, Broad 4-Ducats, 1912A (F.385). Very 
fine, rare. 


Hungary, Ladislas of Poland (1440-49), Ducat, undated (F.8) 
Very fine, scarce. 


84 


36 


52 


46 


30 


24 


30 


44 


4() 


46 


49 


af 


26 


() 


1G 


i0 


170 


52 


56 


40 


65 


SO 


82 


74 


66 


0 


0 


Lor 


209 


210 


211* 


212" 


216 


217 


218* 
219* 


220* 


225 


16 


Italy, Vit. Emanuel IJ, 20-Lire, 1862 Turin; 10-Lire, 1863 
Turin; Umberto, 20-Lire, 1879 Rome (F.11, 15, 21). 
Very fine. 


—— Sardinia, 20-Lire, 1833 eagle’s head, 1859 anchor (F. 1142, 
1147). Fine. 


Liechtenstein, F. Joseph II, 100-Franken, 1952 (F.19). Prac- 
tically mint state, rare. 


Poland, Stanislaus August, 13-Ducats, 1794 (F.28). Extremely 
fine, scarce. 


Portugal, 400-Reis, 1734; Tunisia, 10-Francs, 1891 A; Chile, 
5-Pesos, 1895. Very fine or better. 


Tonga, Salote, }-Koula, 1962. Brilliant proof, in case of issue. 


Turkey, Abdul Mejid (1839-1861), 500-Piastres, AH 1255 (F.16). 
Very fine, rare. 


—— Republic, 500-Piastres, AH 1336 (1927) (F.69). Extremely 
fine, rare. 


Egypt, Republic, 500-Piastres, 1957, obv. ancient chariot. Ex- 
tremely fine. 


Argentina, Republic, 2-Scudos, 1843 (F.12). Very fine, rare. 
—— Republic, 2j-Pesos, 1884 (F.16). Very fine, very rare. 


Guatemala, Republic, 8-Pesos, 1864 (F.33). Slight nick on edge, 
very fine, rare. 


Salvador, 10-Pesos, 1892 (F.2). Almost extremely fine, rare. 


* South Peru, 8-Scudos, 1837 FEDERACION (I*.87). Extremely fine, 


rare. 


—— 8-Scudos, 1837, similar (F.87). Very fine, rare. 


* Venezuela, 100-Bolivares, 1886 (F.2). Very fine, rare. 


Uruguay, 5-Pesos, 1930 (F.6). Extremely fine. 


Lot 
226 


227 


234 


235 


236 


237 


238 


240 


241 


242 


17 


INTERVAL 


Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely 











Argentine, 2-Escudos, 18438 (F.12). Very fine. 
—— 2-Escudos, 1843 (F.12). Very fine. 


Bolivia, 8-Escudos, 1841 (F.26; L.Ch.777). Fine, first date, 
rare. 


—— Potosi, Escudo, Regeneration, 9tn February, 1839. Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Escudo, 1841, Independence, Potosi. Very fine 
—— Potosi, Escudo, 1854, Pres. Belzu. Fine. 
-_— —— 4-Escudos, 1867, Gen. Melgarejo. Very fine. 


Brazil, John V, 20,000-Reis, 1727, Minas (F.20). Knock on 
edge, otherwise almost extremely fine. 


—— Peter II, 20,000-Reis, 1851 (F.106). Very fine but has 
been mounted. 


—— Republic, 20,000-Reis, 1889 (F.111). Fine. 
Colombia, 16-Pesos, 1846, Popayan (U.M.), (F.70). About fine. 
—— 1-Peso, 1872, Medellin (F.103). Very fine. 


Costa Rica, 2-Escudos, 1828 (F.3), first date very rare, but has 
been mounted; 4-Escudo, 1846 (F.5), striking crack, other- 
wise very fine. 


Ecuador, 1-Condor, 1928 (F.11). Extremely fine, scarce. 
Guatemala, 1-Escudo, 1824 (F.29). Very fine, toned, rare. 
—— }-Escudo, 1825 (2) (F.30). Both extremely fine. 


—— 4-Pesos, 1862 (F.34). Almost very fine, scarce. 


to 


Se) 


42 


40) 


48 


17 


20 


34 


net? 


32 


480 


50 


20 


36 


32 


35 


Lor 
243 


244 


246 
247 
248 
249 


250 


255 


256 


259 
260 
261 


262 


18 


Newfoundland, 2-Dollars, 1881 (F.1). Extremely fine. 


2-Dollars, 1882. Extremely fine. 


Cuba, 20-Pesos, 1915 (F.1). Very fine. 


Peru, 


20-Pesos, 1915. Almost very fine. 

20-Pesos, 1915. About very fine. 

10-Pesos, 1915 (F.3). Almost extremely fine. 
10-Pesos, 1915. Very fine. 

10-Pesos, 1915. About very fine. 


10-Pesos, 4-Pesos and 2-Pesos, 1916 (F.3, 5, 6). Very 
fine or better. 


A similar lot. Very fine or better. 
A similar lot. Very fine or better. 


5-Pesos, 1916. Brilliant proof, extremely rare, only ten 
struck. 


4-Pesos, 1916. Brilliant proof, extremely rare, only ten 
struck. 


Peso, 1916. Brilliant proof, extremely rare, only ten struck. 


Ferdinand VI, 8-Escudos, 1752 (I*.16). Fine. 
Republic, 8-Escudos, 1845, Cuzco (F.63). Fine. 
—— 4-Escudos, 1855, Lima (F.64). Extremely fine 
—— 8-Escudos, 1863 (F.68). Very fine. 

—— 8-Escudos, 1863. Very fine. 


—— 20-Soles, 1863 (F.70). Almost extremely fine. 


Lot 


263 


264 


265 


266 


267 


268 


269 
270 


271 


272 


273 


274 


275 


19 


Mexico, Philip V, 8-Escudos, 1708, MXO (J), date complete but 


slightly cut (F.6; Lop. Ch. 251). Practically mint state, 
sharp, extremely rare. 


—— 4-Escudos, 1736 Mo (M.F.) (F.9). Very fine. 


Augustin Iturbide I, 8-Escudos, 1823 (F.60). Very fine, 
rare. 


Republic, 8-Escudos, 1849, Culican (C.E.) (1.66). Fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1849, Guanajuato (P.F.) (F.72). Very 
fine. 


—— 8-Escudos, 1870, Alamos (D.L.) (F.65). Very fine, 
very rare. 


—— 4-Escudos, 1825, Mo (J.M.) (F.77). Very fine. 


—— 4Escudos, 1825, Mo (J.M.). Very fine. 





2-Escudos, 1860, Guanajuato (P.F.) (F.93). Very 


20-Pesos, 1872, Guanajuato (F.124). Practically mint 








10-Pesos, 1871, Guadalajara (F.133). Extremely fine, 
very rare. 


Brazil, Peter II, 20,000-Reis, 1854 (F.108). Almost very fine. 


Italy, 


Republic, 20,000-Reis, 1893 (F.111). Very fine. 


Naples, Charles II (1285-1309), Salut d’or (F.810). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Salut d’or. Very fine. 
Florence, John Gaston, Zecchino (F.328). Fine. 


Venice, Nicholas Sagredo (1675-76), Zecchino (F.1335). 
About fine. 


1 


520 


120 


95 


bo 
ur 


115 


58 


40) 


25 


dd 


46 


42 


200 


64 


95 


110 


32 


75 


om 


90 


0 


0 


0 


Lor 
280 


281 


283 


284 


286 


287 
288 


289 


290 
291 
292 
293 


294 


295 


296 


297 


20 


Montenegro, 100-Perpera, 1910 (F.4). Very fine, very rare. 


Russia, Soviet Union, 10-Roubles (1-Chervonetz), 1923 (F.142). 


Extremely fine, scarce. 


Salvador, Republic, 20-Pesos, 1892 (F.1). Slightly knocked, 


very fine, very rare. 


Spain, Philip IV, 8-Escudos (16)49, Seville (R). Very fine and 


rare. 


Visigoth, Alaric, Triens in imitation of Justinianus. About 


fine. 





Egica & Wittisa, Triens, pale gold (Miles 460). Very 
fine, rare. 





Rodrigue, forgery of a Triens in gold (Miles 512a). 
Very fine. 


Peter I (1350-1369), Dobla, undated (F.6). About very fine. 
—— Dobla, undated (F.8). Almost extremely fine. 


Charles I and Johanna (1516-1556), Escudo, undated, 
Seville (D-S). Fine. 


—— Escudo, similar. Fine. 
—— Escudo, similar. Fine. 
— Escudo, similar (F.45). Fine. 
—— Escudo, Seville (S-*). Fine. 


Philip II (1556-1598), 4-Escudos, undated, Seville (D) 
(F.47). Fine. 


—— 2-Escudos, undated, Seville (D) (F.53). Fine. 


Joseph Napoleon, 80-Reales, 1812, Madrid (F.155). File 
mark at edge, about fine. 


Ferdinand VII, 2-Escudos, 1813M (1.J.). About fine. 


Lor 


298 


299 


300 


301 


302 


303 


304 


305 


306 


307 


308 


309 


310 


312 


313 


314 


21 


China, Tibet, 20-Srangs (1917) (F.1). Extremely fine. 


—— Szechuan, }-Rupee (1903), struck in gold (596 struck) 
(K.1547). Very fine, rare. 


Italy, Parma, Marie Louise, 40-Francs, 1815 (F.933), fine, 
Tunis, 100-Francs, 1930 (F.14), extremely fine. 


—— Sub-Alpine Republic, 20-Francs, An.9 (F.1172). Very 
fine, scarce. 


Gaul, Aulerci-Cenomani, gold Stater, head right, surrounded by 
loops of pearls, vev. man-headed horse driven to right. 
Fine but weakly struck. 

Russia, platinum 3-Roubles, 1830. Very fine. 

—— platinum 3-Roubles, 1831. Very fine. 


South Africa, Burgers Pond, 1874. Plugged, otherwise about fine, 
rare, 


France, Napoleon, 40-Francs, 1806 U (Fr. 229). Fine and scarce. 

Italy, Florence, Leopold II, 80-Florins (200-Paoli), 1828, 
denomination inscribed on edge (Fr. 343). Has heen 
mounted, otherwise fine. 


—— Sardinia, Charles Albert, 20-Lire, 1834P (Turin). Scarce. 


Russia, Catherine II, 10-Roubles, 1776, cleaned; 5-Roubles, 1795, 
has been mounted. 


— — —— 5-Roubles, 1764, 1781. Both have been mounted. 


—— Alexander I, 5-Roubles, 1819, 1823. Fine but have possibly 
been mounted. 


Austria, Francis I and Ferdinand V, Coronation 2-Ducats, 1830. 
Almost extremely fine. 


Italy, Genoa, 96-Lire, 1796 (F.444). About very fine, scarce. 


Chile, 10-Pesos, 1854 (F.45). Fine. 


Se) 


28 


65 


44 


40) 


50 


70 


2a 


120 


65 


32 


9 4 


22 


27 


48 


0 


0 


0 


0 


W’ drawn 


46 


42 


40 


10 


22 


48 


19 


0 


0 


0) 


0 


0) 


Lor 


315 


316 


317 


318 


319 


320 


321 


322 


323 


324 


325 


326 


22 


Italy, Florence, Republic, 1-Florin, undated (c. 1189-1531) 
(F.275). Fine. 


Russia, 3-Roubles, 1844, struck in platinum (F.123). Very fine. 


—— 10-Roybles, 1902 (F.139), very fine; England, George V, 
Proof Half-Sovereign, 1911, from the set, brilliant. 


Italy, Sardinia, Charles Felix, 80-Lire, 1828 (F.1132). Almost 
extremely fine. 


—— Charles Albert, 100-Lire, 1835 (F.1138). Very fine. 


South Africa, Burger, Pond, 1874. Has been mounted and 
plugged. 


France, 20-Francs, 1815 R (London). Almost very fine, scarce. 


France, 20-Francs (1), 5-Francs (6); Spain, 4-Escudos (4); 
U.S.A., 24-Dollars, 1907, Dollars (8), all have been 
mounted or pierced; AX Kennedy 4-Dollars (3); Maria- 
Theresa, Dollars, 1780 (5). The silver coins extremely fine 
or better. 


India, Victoria, Empress, 2-Annas, 1893, struck in gold, edge 
plain, brilliant, rare; another, 1898, crudely struck in gold 
on uneven flan, probably unofficial, very fine. 


Kansu, Imperial gold, small Sycee (30.7 gms.), three stamps at 
top, one at base (from the Farouk (Lot 1319) Collection); 
rectangular A’ (37.6 gms.) with three square counterstamps, 
flanked by two oblong. Very fine. 


Persia, Mohammed Riza Pahleve, 5-Pahlevi medal (39.80 gr.). 
Extremely fine. 


Tunis, Mohammed, 100-Piastres, AH 1272 (F.1). Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


Turkey, Abdul Aziz, 500-Piastres, AH 1277 (F.23). Very fine. 


Austria, Rudolph II, Ducat, 1589, Vienna (F.59). Very fine but 
cracked. 


23 


Lor 


329 


330 


331 


332 


333 


339 


340 


341 


344 


23 
—— Ferdinand III, 10-Ducats, 1642, KB (F.137). Very fine 
and very rare. 


— Leopold I (the Hogmouth), 5-Ducats, 1703, NB (F.174). 
Very rare, has been plugged, otherwise very fine. 


—— Joseph II, 2-Ducats, 1787 E (F.297). Extremely fine. 


—— Francis Joseph, 1-Ducat, 1848A, on the 50th year of his 
reign (F.387). Very fine but file mark on edge. 


—— Salzburg, Guidobald, 4-Ducat, 1662 (F.668). Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


Bohemia, Rudolph II, 1-Ducat, 1588 (F.11). Almost very fine. 
Hungary, Ladislas, Ducat, undated, N in field. Very fine. 
—— —— Ducat, undated, KH in field. Very fine. 

—— Ladislas II, Ducat, undated, H in field (F.13). Fine. 


Kremnitz, gold medal, 74-Ducats (26.200 gr.), 44mm. diam., 
signed Becker. Almost mint state. 


—— gold medal, 5-Ducats (17.500 gr.), 36mm. diam., signed 
C.H.R. (Christian Hermann Roth). Very fine and rare. 


—— gold medal (2.500 gr.), 21mm. diam., similar to preceding, 
with two countermarks. Very fine. 


Danzig, Free City, 25-Gulden, 1930 (F.44; Jagger 11; Yeo. 19), 
(only 20 released). Brilliant and extremely rare. 


Germany, Bavaria, Maximilian I, 5-Ducats, 1640 (F.304). Fine. 


—— Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, 1-Pfennig, struck in gold. About 
fine but creased. 


—— Erfurt, Gustav Adolphe, Ducat, 1633 (F.961). Almost very 
fine. 


—— Hamburg, Ducat, 1848, old style (F.1103). Very fine. 


380 


120 


26 


20 


10 


22 


90 


400 


70 


32 


11 


34 


170 


62 


40 


32 


60 


0) 


Lor 


346 


347 


348 


349 


350 


352 


353 


354 


360 


361 


24 
——— Cologne, Theodore II, gold Gulden, undated (F.845). Very 
fine but has probably been mounted. 


——— Palatinate, Charles Philip, Carolin, 17383 (F.1890). About 
fine. 


—— Saxony, Free State, Proof 20-Marks, 1925 E (Jaeger P.38). 
Brilliant and extremely rare. 


—— Westphalia, Jerome Napoleon, 20-Francs, 1809 J (F.3168). 
Striking crack at edge, otherwise fine. 


—— ——— —— Proof 10-Francs, 1818C, without wreath (cf. 
F.3169). Brilliant and extremely rare. 


—— —— —— 5-Francs, 1813C, without wreath (F.3170). 
Extremely fine, toned. 





—— 5-Francs, 1813C, similar. Almost extremely 
fine. 


—— —— —— 5-Francs, 1813C, similar. Very fine. 


Netherlands, Frisia, Cavalier, 1598 (Delmonte 2008). Only good 
but rare. 


—— Utrecht, Ducat, 1645 (Delmont 963; F.98). Almost very 
fine. 


—— ~— Ducat, 1649, similar. Clipped, otherwise good. 
—— Zeeland, Ducat, 1597 (Delm. 883; F.102). Good. 


—— Overyssel, 7-Guilders ($-Cavalier), 1761 (Delm. 1061; 
F.133). Extremely fine. 


—— Holland, 6-Stuivers, struck in gold, 1729, large type (Delm. 
816). Extremely fine. 


—— —— Louis Napoleon, Ducat, 1809 (F.3). Extremely fine. 


__— East India, gold Duit, 1730, Westfrisia, struck for V.O.C. 
(Delm. 780). Brilhant, very rare. 


366 


367 


368 


369 


370 


371 


372 


373 


374 


376 


377 


378 


25 


—— Java, gold 4-Rupee, 1799 (F.12). Extremely fine, very 
rare. 


—— ~—— William III, Ducat, 1849 (F.21). Almost mint state. 


Italy, Victor Emanuel, 100-Lire, 1923 (F.30). Almost extremely 
fine. 


— Parma, Marie Louise, 40-Lire, 1821 (F.933). Almost very 
fine, rare date. 


—— Vatican, Pius XI, 100-Lire, 1933-1934, on the Holy Year 
(F.284). Extremely fine. 


Roumania, Ferdinand I, 50-Lei, 1922 (F.11). Very fime. 
—— —— 25-Lei, 1922 (F.12). Very fine. 


Portugal, Manuel I, Cruzado, undated (F.18; Reis 34, No. 4), 
star countermark on reverse. Almost extremely fine. 


—— John III, Calvario, undated (F.22). Very fine. 
——— —— Calvario, undated (F.22). 


—— Sebastian, 500-Reis (1-Cruzado), undated (F.29; Reis 48, 
No. 18). Very fine, rare. 


Poland, Danzig, Stanislaus Augustus of Poland, Pattern Solidus, 
1766, in gold. Very fine and extremely rare. 


Russia, Peter I, the Great, 2-Roubles, 1720 (F.65). Almost very 
fine. 





2-Roubles, 1724, different bust to preceding (cf. F.65). 
Very fine. 


—— Peter III, 10-Roubles, 1762 (F.91). Very fine. 


—— Catherine II, the Great, 2-Roubles, 1785 (F.99). Extremely 
fine. ; 


—— Nicholas I, 6-Roubles, 1834, in platinum (F.122), eleven 
struck. Practically mint state, extremely rare. 


62 


58 


26 


85 


26 


24 


42 


44 


52 


210 


34 


320 


0 


130 


220 


34 


200 


190 


0) 


Lor 


379 


380 


381 


382 


392 


393 


394 


395 


396 


397 


398 


399 


400 


401 


402 


26 


—— ——— 3-Roubles, 1828, in platinum (F.123). Very fine. 


—— Alexander II, 10-Roubles, 1887 (F.131). About extremely 
fine. 


—— Soviet Union, 1-Chervonetz (10-Roubles), 1923 (F.142). 
Extremely fine, scarce. 


—— Peter I, the Great, gold medal on his death, 1672-1725 
(33.56 gr.), 40mm. diam. Almost very fine, rare. 


GOLD COINS OF FRANCE 


Philip IV (1285-1314), Agnel d’or, undated (F.7). Extremely 
ine. 


Charles IV (1322-1328), Royal d’or, undated (F.10). Edge 
broken, almost very fine. 


Philip VI (1328-1350), Lion d’or, undated (F.14). Very fine but 
has probably been mounted. 


—— Pavilion d’or, undated (F.15). Very fine but has been 
mounted. 


—— Ecu d’or, undated (F.19). Very fine. 


John the Good (1350-1364), Franc a cheval, undated (F.28). 
Fine. 


—— Mouton d’or, undated (F.29). Very fine. 


Charles V (1364-1380), Franc a pied, undated (F.33). Almost 
fine. 


Charles VI (1380-1422), Ecu d’or, undated (F.40). Fine but has 
been mounted. 


—— Ecu d’or, undated (F.40). Very fine but has been mounted. 
—— Mouton d’or, undated (F.39). Fine and rare. 


Henry VI (1422-1453), Salut d’or, undated, m.m. lion (F.49). 
Almost extremely fine. 


Lor 


403 


404 


405 


406 


407 


408 


409 


410 


411 


412 


413 


414 


416 


417 


418 


27 


Charles VII (1422-1461), Royal d’or, undated (F.51). Very fine. 


—— Ecu neuf, undated (F.55); another, similar. Both fine but 
have been mounted. 


Louis XI (1461-1483), Ecu d’or au soleil, undated (I'.62). 
About very fine. 


Charles VIII (1483-1498), Ecu au soleil, undated (F.66). Very 
fine. 


Louis XII (1498-1515), Ecu au soleil, undated (F.71). Very fine 
but slightly cracked. 


—— Ecu d’or au Porcepic, undated (F.73). Almost extremely 
fine. 


—— Ecu d’or au Porcepic de Bretagne, undated (F.77). Very 
fine, rare. 


Francis I (1515-1547), Ecu d’or au soleil, undated (F.93); 
another, similar. Both about very fine. 


—— Ecu d’or au soleil (F.93), very fine; another, similar, fine 
but has been mounted. 


—— Ecu d’or a la croisette, undated (F.99). Almost very fine. 


—— Ecu d’or du Dauphine, undated (F.102). Very fine but 
has possibly been mounted. 


—— Ecu d’or du Dauphine, two crowned F’s on reverse (F.103). 
Fine, scarce. 


—— Ecu d’or de Bretagne, undated (F.112). Very fine, edge 
clipped, rare. 

Charles [LX (1560-1574), Ecu d’or, MpLxvut (1568) A (F.126). 
Almost extremely fine. 


Louis XIII (1610-1643), Ecu d’or, 1641B (Rouen) (F.146), 
About very fine. 


—— Louis d’or, 1640 A (Paris), with short hair (F.158). Scratch 
across face, otherwise very fine and rare. 


| 


65 


28 


38 


62 


170 


36 


30 


40 


30 


34 


50 


50 


80 


90 


70 


70 


42 


180 


62 


i60 


155 


20 


34 


60 


52 


130 


70 


38 


0 


Lor 


419 


420 


421 


422 


423 


424 


426 


427 


432 


433 


434 


bo 
ie] 


Louis XIV (1643-1715), 4-Louis d’or, 1653A (Paris) (F.167). 


Very fine, scarce. 

Louis d’or, 1652 X (Amiens) (F.166). Very fine. 

Louis d’or, 1671 A (Paris) (F.170). Very fine. 

Louis d’or, 1690N (Montpelier) (F.175). Extremely fine. 


Louis d’or, 1694W (Lille) (F.179). Overstruck, otherwise 
almost extremely fine. 


2-Louis d’or, 1701 BB (Strasburg), rev. eight L’s over 
crossed insignia (F.181). Overstruck, otherwise almost ex- 
tremely fine, rare. 


Louis d’or, similar, 1701 X (Amiens) (F.182), Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


Louis XV (1715-1774), Louis d’or, rev. Maltese cross, 1718 A 


(Paris) (F.199). Extremely fine, rare. 


Louis d’or, 1721L (Bayonne), rev. crown over two L’s 
(F.202). About extremely fine, rare. 


Louis d’or, 1723. N (Montpelier) (F.205). Almost fine, rare 


Louis d’or aux lunettes, 1727, 9 (Rennes) (.207). Almost 
extremely fine. 


2-Louis d’or, 1754L (Bayonne), large head with band 
(F.209). Very fine, scarce. 


Louis d’or, 1743, 0 (Riom), large head with band (F.210). 
Very fine, rare mint. 


Louis XVI (1774-1793), 2-Louis d’or, 17761 (Limoges) (F.215). 


Almost extremely fine, scarce. 


2-Louis d’or, 1785 A (Paris) (F.219). Very fine, rare date. 


—_—. Louis d’or, 1785 A (Paris) (F.220). Almost extremely fine, 


vare date. 


Lor 
435 


436 


437 


438 


439 


440 


441 


442 


443 


444 


445 


446 


447 


445 


449 


450 


452 


29 


—— Louis d’or, 1786A (Paris) (F.220). About very fine. 


Napoleon I (1801-1815), 40-Francs, 1806U (Turin). Has pos- 
sibly been mounted, fine, rare. 


—— 40-Francs, 18061 (Limoges). Fine and rare. 
—— 20-Francs, 18061 (Limoges). Almost very fine, rare. 
—— 40-Francs, 1808 H (La Rochelle). Very fine, rare. 


Louis XVIII (1814-1824), 40-Francs, 1818W (Lille) (I*.275). 
Extremely fine. 


—— 20-Francs, 1815R, 1815A, 1815L (F.271, 265, 266). 
Mostly about extremely fine, scarce. 





20-Francs, 1815K, 1815 W, 1817L (F. 267, 268, 279). Very 
fine, scarce. 


Charles X (1824-1830), 40-Francs, 1824A (F.287). Almost ex- 
tremely fine, scarce. 


—— 40-Francs, 1828A (F.287). Almost extremely fine, scarce. 
—— 20-Francs, 1831 A, 1884A (F. 290, 300). Very fine, scarce. 
—— 40-Francs, 1834L (Bayonne) (I°.298). Very fine. 


Brittany, Francis I, Ecu d’or, undated, star below horse (F.429). 
Almost very fine, rare. 


— Francis II, Ecu d’or, undated (F.430). Very fine, rare. 

Burgundy, Philip III, the Good, Cavalier d’or, undated (F.435; 
Delmonte 35). Edge slightly irregular, almost extremely 
fine, rare. 

Philip VI, Royal d’or, undated (1328) (F.20). Very fine. 

—— Chaise d’or, undated (1346) (F.18). About very fine. 


John the Good, Mouton d’or, undated (1355) (F.29). Symail 
striking crack, otherwise fine. 


22 


(0) 


0 


180 


72 


46 


82 


38 


180 


100 


oo) 


160 


20 


26 


20 


26 


36 


Lor 
458 


454 


462 


463 


464 


465 


466 


467 


468 


469 


470 


30 


Henry VI of England, Salut d’or, undated. Extremely fine. 


== psa d'or, undated, m.m. crown (F.49). Almost extremely 
ine. 


Louis XII, Ecu d’or au porcepic, undated (F.73). Has been 
mounted, otherwise fine. 


Francis I, Ecu d’or au soleil, undated (point 18th= Paris) (F.93). 
About fine. 


—— Ecu d’or au Salamanders, undated (point 9th = La Rochelle) 
(F.98). Fine and very rare. 


Henry II, Henry d’or, 1558 B (Rouen) (F.116). Fine and rare. 
Louis XIV, Louis d’or, 1652 A (Paris) (F.166). Fine and rare. 
—— 2-Louis d’or, 1697D (Lyon) (F.178). Almost very fine. 


—— Louis d’or, 1696 (Rennes) (F.179), obv. overstruck on sIT . 
NONEN reverse. Has been mounted, otherwise about fine. 


—— 2-Louis d’or, large head with band, 1748K (Bordeaux) 
(F.209). Almost very fine. 


Louis XV, Louis d’or, 1746, similar (F.210). Overstruck, other- 
wise very fine. 


Louis XVI, 2-Louis, uniformed bust, 17751 (Limoges) (F.215). 
Almost extremely fine. 


—— Louis, 1786A (Paris) (F.220). About fine. 


Napoleon I, 40-Francs, 1806U (Turin) (F.229). About finc, 
scarce. 


—— 40-Francs, 1811 A (Bordeaux). About fine, scarce. 
—_— 40-Francs, 1812W (Lille). Fine, scarce. 
__ 20-Francs, 1811 U (Turin) (F.260). Fine and scarce. 


—_— 20-Francs, 1812 R (Rome). Fine and scarce, 


Lor 


471 


475 


476 


477 


478 


479 


480 


481 


482 


483 


484 


31 


—— 20-Francs, 1812M (Toulouse). About fine, scarce. 
Louis XVIII, 40-Francs, 1816L (Bayonne). Very fine, scarce. 
—— 40-Francs, 1816 W (Lille). Fine, scarce. 


Besancon, Charles V (I of Spain), Quarter-Ducat, 1655 (I.413). 
Almost extremely fine. 


Chateau-Renaud, Francis and Louise Marguerite, Florin d’or, 
undated (F.447). About fine, scarce. 


Metz, Goldgulden, undated (F.497). Severely cracked. 


SILVER COINS OF FRANCE 


Carolingian, Louis le Debounaire (781-840), Denier du Temple, 
fine; Charles le Chauve (840-877), Denier de Rennes, very 
fine. 


Louis [X (1266-1270), Gros Tournois de Saint-Louis; Philip IV, 
Gros Tournoi a 1’O long; Henry VI (of England), Blanc 
aux ecus (2) (Lafaurie 198a, 217, 449 (2)). Fine or better. 


Francis I, Teston a la couronelle, Lyon (Ciani 1110), very fine; 
Teston, Lyon (Ciani 1121), good. 


Henry II, Testons, 1556, 1560, both Lyon; Charles IX, Testons, 
1562 Toulouse, 1565 Rennes (2) (C. 1273 (2), 1356 (8)). 
Two fine. 


Henry: III, Teston, 1575 A; Franc, 1575 A, 1578L; 4-Ecu, 1582, 
1587, both Rennes; 4-Franc, 1588 G (C. 1415 (2), 1421, 1440 
(2), 1435); Henry IV, 4-Ecu de Bearn et Navarre, 1600 
(Pau), 1605C; 4-Franc, 1604M (C. 1520, 1510, —). Fine 
or very fine. 


Louis XIII, 15-Soles, 1642A; 30-Soles, 1643A (almost fine): 
5-Soles, 1643 A; }-Ecu, 1643T, 1616 BB (2) (C. 1662, 1665, 
1668, 1690, 1691 (2)). Mostly very fine. 

Louis XIV, Ecu a la meche courte, 1644 A (C.1833). Very fine. 


—— Ecu 4a la meche longue, 1647K, 1649H, 16531 (C.1849). 
Fine or better. 


or 


20 


30 


20 


38 


30 


36 


26 


ou 


44 


0 


486 


487 


488 


489 


496 


491 


492 


493 


494 


498 


499 


500 


501 


32 


—— Ecu au buste juvenile, 1665B. Fine. 

—— Ecu, 1666, Rennes, similar (C.1862). Almost very fine. 
—— Ecu du Parlement, 1682, Rennes (C.1873). Very fine, rare. 
—— Ecu aux insignes, 1701 W (C.1907). Fine but double struck. 


—— Ecu aux trois couronnes, 1715 D (C.1937). Almost very 
fine but has possibly been mounted. 


—— }-Ecu, 1649G (C.1850), very fine, 1710P (C.19388), fine. 


—— }-Ecu, 1647B, 1651G, 1652M, 1655P (C.1850); 3-Ecu, 
1647L, 1644A (C.1822, 1835). Fine or better. 


Louis XV, Ecu Vertugadin, 1717, Rennes (C.2095). Very fine 
—— Ecu de Navarre, 1718A (C.2101). Very fine. 

—— Ecu aux huit L, 1725 X (Amienes) (C.2112). Fine. 

—— Ecu aux lauriers, 1734A (C.2117). Very fine. 


—— Ecu aux lauriers, 1735 L; Ecu au bandeau, 1763 R (C.2117, 
2122). Fine. 


—— Ecu au bandeau, 1763 A; Ecu a Ja vieille tete, 1772, 1774 L 
(C.2122, 2129 (2)). The first fine, others good. 


—— }-Ecu, 1719B; Petit ecu, de 3-livres, 1765 A (C.2118, 2125). 
Fine or better. 


—— cu, 1716, Rennes; 4-Ecu, 1720Q; Petit Louis d'argent, 
1720 K, 1720M, 1720 X (C.2098, 2109, 2136 (3)). Mostly 


very fine. 


Louis XVI, Ecu aux lauriers, 1785 K (C.2187). Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


__.. Petit ecu, 1791A, almost extremely fine; Petit ecu de 
3-livres, 1792A, very fine; another, 1792A, fine (C.2189, 
2240 (2) ). 


Lot 


502 


503 


506 


508 


509 


511 


33 


—— 30-Sols, 1792A (3); 12-Sols, 1778 A; |Ai Proof Dixain de 
Rochon in bell metal, 1791 (V.G. 207). Fine or very fine. 


SILVER & BRONZE COINS 


JR Holy Roman Empire, Talers of Ferdinand I (1521-64), 
undated, Alsace; Rudolph II, 1607, Tirol; Leopold, 1620. 
Fine or very fine. 


/R —— Talers, Leopold, 1698, Tirol; Joseph I, 1711 (D.1014); 
Francis II, 1795 (D.1178); Kronentaler of Leopold II, 1792 
(D.1175). Fine or better. 


AR Austria, Ferdinand I, Taler, 1848, Vienna (D 14); Leopold IT 
(as King of Hungary and Bohemia), Taler, 1790 (D.1171). 
Both extremely fine. 


AR France, Ecu, 1709A, 1711 K, 1719, 1761 R, 1776W (D.1324 
(2), 1827, 1331, 13833). The first poor, remainder fine or 
better. 


AR —— Ecu of 1-Livre, 1793 (D.1336); 5-Francs, Year XI, 
1824, 1826. 1834, 1852, 1867, 1874 (D.82, 87, 88, 91, 94, 
96, 92). Fine or very fine. 


/R Denmark, Frederick VI, Rigsdaler, 1822 (D.73), very fine; 
Belgium, 5-Francs, 1833, 1873; Austria, Talers, 1780, 
1822; 2-Gulden, 1879, 1885; 5-Corona, 1900; Austrian 
Netherlands, Kronentaler, 1786 (D.1284). Except the last, 
very fine. 


AR Germany, Baden, Leopold, Taler, 1833 (D.519). Extremely 
fine. 


7R —— Bavaria, Maximilian II, 2-Talers, 1848, for the new 
Constitution (D.598); Ludwig II, Taler, 1871 (D.615). The 
first brilliant. 








Maximilian III, Joseph, Taler, 1760 (D.1953), 
extremely fine but corroded; Donauworth, Charles V, 
Taler, 1545 (Rmn.6476); Bayern, Maximilian I, Taler, 
1626 (cf. Rmn. 3143), both fine; Luttich, Taler, 1663 (cf. 
Rmn. 2641). 


3 


ide) 


24 


36 


30 


46 


26 


22 


0 


24 


20 


52 


0 


0 


0 


520 


521 


522 


523 


524 


ui 
b 
uo 


JR 


34 


—— Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, Frederick Ulrich, 3-Talers, 
1618, engraved on obverse ‘‘Margreta 1639 Wigers’’. Jn 
silver rope mount with loop for suspension. 


—— Brunswick-Luneberg, George II, Taler, 1727; George 
III, Taler, 1762 (D.2090, 2104). Fine or better. 


—— Frankfurt, 2-Talers, 1861 (D.651); Hamburg, 32-Schil- 
lings, 1727; 5-Marks, 1876; Hanover, 2-Talers, 1866; 
Nuremburg, Taler, 1779. Very fine or better. 


—— Prussia, 2-Talers, 1840, 1841; Talers, 1786, 1795, 1861; 
5-Marks, 1875, 1895, 1901. Very fine, some better. 


—— Saxony, Christian II, John George and August, Taler, 
1592; John George, Taler, 1631; John V, 2-Talers, 1859. 
Fine. 


—— Saxe-Meiningen, Bernhard, 2-Talers, 1854; 2-Gulden, 
1854 (D.836, 837). Almost extremely fine. 


—— Saxe-Weimar, Carl Frederick, 2-Talers, 1840; Wurttem- 
berg, 5-Marks, 1893 (D.844, 964). Both extremely fine. 


Italy, Napoleon, 5-Lire, 1813 V, very fine; other 5-Lire, 1874, 
fine, 1879, brilliant. 


—— Lombardy, Provisional Government, 5-Lire, 1848 
(D.206), almost extremely fine; another, similar, very fine. 


Lucca, Scudo, 1747, fine; 5-Franchi, 1805, almost ex- 
tremely fine. 





—— Milan, Philip IV, Ducatone, 1622, very fine; Napoli, 
Philip II (1556-1598), Ducato, fine. 


—— Naples, Joseph Bonaparte, Piastre of 120-Grani, 1808 
(D.165), very fine; Joachim Murat, 12-Carlini, 1810 
(D.166), about fine. 


—— Parma, 5-Lire, 1832, about fine; Genoa, Scudo, 1670 
(cf. D.1366), fine; Colonia, Eritrea, Tallero, 1891, ex- 
tremely fine. 


__— Sardinia, Scudo of 6-Lire, 1763 (D.1494), fine; 5-Lire. 
1816 (D.133). very fine, 1829 (D.135), fine. 


uo 


Lor 


526 


527 


528 


529 


35 


Sicily, Ferdinand III, Onza of 30-Tari, 1793 (D.1422). 
Fine and scarce. 





—— —— Piastre of 120-Grani, 1818 (D.169), very fine, 
another, 1836 (D.173), fine; Tuscany, Cosimo III, Tollero, 
1680, fine. 


—— Venice, Giovanni Corner II (1709-22), Scudo, A-M 
(D.1530), fine; Francisco Loredan (1752-62), Ducato, S—B 
(D.1551), almost extremely fine. 


—— —— Alvise Mocenigo IV (1763-78), Ducato, in ex. RBF 
(D.1561), very fine; Ludovico Manin (1789-97), Ducatone 
(D.1572), tooled; Quarter-Ducat, very fine; Tallero, 1795 
(D.1575), worn. 


—— —— 6-Lire, 1848 (D.207), very fine; 5-Lire, 1848 
(D.208), fine. 


Liechtenstein, 5-Kronen, 1900; Malta, 30-Tari, 1761; Portu- 
gal, 1,000-Reis, 1898; 400-Reis, 1690, 1782; Rumania, 
5-Lei, 1880; Switzerland, Basel Shooting Taler, 1879; 
Ethiopia, Tallero; Japan, 1-Yen. Mostly very fine. 


Russia, Roubles, 1723, 1732, 1852, 1856, 1883, 1891, 1897 
(D. 1658, 1670, 283 (2), 291, 292, 293). First two fine, 
remainder very fine. 


Spain, 20-Reales, 1812 (D.308), 1861; 5-Pesetas, 1870, 1871, 
1875, 1891, 1897. First three about fine, remainder very 


fine. 


Spanish Netherlands, Charles II, Ducaton, Brabant, 1668 (cf. 
Gelder & Hoc 348-2). Fine. 


Netherlands, Utrecht, Daalder, 1667, and Half-Ducaton, 
1774; Holland, Ducaton, 1791. Very fine. 


—— 50-Stuivers, 1808 (D.228), fine; 3-Gulden, 1819; 24- 
Gulden, 1848, 1874 (D.233, 235, 236), very fine. 


—— Batavian Republic, Rixdollar, 1800 (D.225). Very fine. 


—— Independent Provinces, 3-Florins, 1790 (D.1285). Ex- 
tremely fine. 


36 


22 


36 


36 


28 


46 


52 


21 


14 


34 


36 


24 


() 


36 


20 


30 


983 


32 


65 


0 


Lor 
539 


540 


553 


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36 


A —— —— 3-Florins, 1790 (D.1285). Extremely fine. 

AR —— Zeeland, 2-Ducats, 1748 (D.1847). Almost extremely 
fine. 

AR —— Utrecht, Ducaton, 1756 (D.1832), almost extremely fine; 
Batavia Republic, Utrecht, Rijksdaalder, 1802 (D.225; 
Sch. 71), fine. 


AR Denmark, Christian III, Taler, 1547 (Flenborg). Fine, rare. 

fR Norway, Charles XIV, Specie Daler, 1844 (D.242), extremely 
yer Sweden, AE Ore, 1628, c/m. EV, 1651; Skilling, 1805, 
ine. 


-R Switzerland, Basel, Taler, 1640. Fine, scarce. 


JR —— Bern, Taler (40-Batzen), 1795 (D.1759). Extremely 
fine. 

AR —— —— Half-Taler, 1796, similar. Extremely fine. 

ARR —— —— Taler, 1798 (D.1760). Extremely fine, scarce. 


—— Luzern, 40-Batzen, 1796 (D.1775). Striking flaw at edge 
but extremely fine. 


JR —— Zurich, Taler, 1783 (D.1798). Almost very fine. 
JAR Helvetian Republic, 4-Franken, 1801 (D.359). Fine, rare. 


AR Switzerland, Confederation, Vaud, 40-Batzen, 1812 (D.362). 
Extremely fine. 


AR —— Luzern, 4-Franken, 1814 (D.364). Almost extremely 
fine. 


R —— Zurich, 40-Batzen, 1813 (D.366), very fine; 20-Batzen, 
1813, almost extremely fine. 


JR —— Chur, 4-Franken, 1842 (D.372). Almost extremely fine. 


Geneva, 5-Franks, 1848 (D.375). Almost extremely 
fine. 


R- 





562 


563 


566 


37 


/R —— Zurich, 5-Franken, 1859 (D.379). Extremely fine. 


AR —— Stanz, 5-Francs, 1861; La Chaux-de-Fonds, 5-Francs. 
1863 (D.380, 381). Almost extremely fine. 


/R —— 5-Francs, Schaffhausen 1865, Schwyz 1867 (D.382, 383). 
Both about extremely fine. 











AR 5-Francs, Zurich 1872, St. Gallen 1874, Lausanne 1876, 
Fribourg 1881 (D. 385, 386, 387, 389). Very fine or better. 

AR —— 5-Francs, Basel 1879, Fribourg 1881, Lugano 1883 
(D. 388, 389, 390); Fribourg 1934, Luzern 1939, Zurich 
1939. Mostly extremely fine. 

JR 5-Francs, 1932, 1937; commemorative 5-Francs, 1936, 
1941, 1944, 1948 (2), 1963 (2). Extremely fine. 

AR —— 5-Francs, Bern 1885 (2), Fribourg 1881, Lugano 1883. 
Mostly very fine. 

AR —— Zurich, Stampfer Taler dated 1559, almost extremely 
fine; Thorn, silver medal, 1231/1731, fine. 

-R —— Basle, Taler, 1622 (Divo 91/B). Very fine. 

AR —— Bern, Taler, 1798 (Divo 43). Almost mint state. 

AR —— —— Taler, 1798, similar (Divo 43a). Practically mint 
state. 

AR —— Geneva, 5-Francs, 1848 (Divo 169). Practically mint 
state. 

AR Luzern, Taler of 4-Franken, 1814 (Divo 55a). Ex- 
tremely fine. 

/R —— Schaffhausen, Taler, 1550 (Divo 113). Fine. 

AR —— Zurich, 40-Batzen, 1813 (Divo 33). Extremely fine. 


/R France, 5-Francs, Bonaparte Year XI, Napoleon Years 12, 


13, 1810, 1811, 1812; 2-Francs, 1811; 1-Franc, Year 12, 
1810; 1-Quart, Year 13, all Paris. About fine. 


29 


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55 


16 


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50 


22 


24 


20 


30 


34 


70 


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0 


0 


0 


576 


577 


578 


580 


581 


582 


583 


584 


38 


AR Italy, Napoleon, 5-Lire, 1808M (2), 1810V, 1812M (2); 
2-Lire, 1812M. About fine. 


/R —— Lucca, Elisa Bonapart and Felix Bacciocchi, 5-Franchi, 
1807; Naples, Joseph Napoleon, Piastra of 120-Grani, 
1808 (D.165). Both about fine. 


AR Spain, 4-Reales, 1810 V; 2-Reales, 1807 M; Joseph Napoleon, 
20-Reales, 1811M; Under France, Barcelona, 24-Pesetas, 
1809; 1-Peseta, 1812; 5-Pesetas, 1809, issued in Tarragona 
(D.316); Mexico, Dollar, 1810; Portugal, AZ 40-Reis, 1812. 
Fine or very fine. 


/R Mexico, Parral Peso, 1913. Weakly struck but extremely fine 
and rare. 


Spain, Charles II, 8-Reales, 1692, Seville (M) (Yriarte 1446). 
Extremely rare. 


Olmutz (Moravia), Charles III, Duke of Lorraine, Taler, 1705 
(Dav. 1209); Sweden, Charles XIV, Riksdaler, 1834 
(D.352); Chile, Peso, 1882. Very fine. 


Italy, Vatican, Pius VII, Scudo, 1802, An 3; Two Sicilies, 
Murat, 12-Carlini, 1810 (D.166). Fine. 


Sub-Alpine Republic, 5-Francs, An 10 (D.197), fie; Cisalpine 
Republic, 30-Soldi, An 9, almost extremely fine. 


/R Portugal, Isobel II, 20-Reales, 1854, Escudo, 1868, and 40- 
Cents, 1868, all countermarked on obverse with G.P. 
crowned. Fine and rare. 


British Guiana, 3-Guilders, Mexico Dollar, 1783, pierced and 
countermarked E. & D 3. GL. Fine and very rare. 


Dominica, 16-Bitts, Mexico Dollar, 1794, pierced and counter- 
marked with 16 crowned. Fine and rare, 


JR Philippines, Mexico Dollar of Augustinus, 1823, counter- 
marked F.7.0, crowned. Fine and scarce. 


JR —— Mexico Dollar, 1823, countermarked Y.II, crowned. 
Very fine, scarce. 


Lor 


585 


586 


58S 


589 


390 


992 


593 


594 


39 


AR —— Potosi Dollar, 1834, countermarked Y.II, crowned. Fine 
and scarce. 


AR Guatemala, 8-Reales, 1841, 1846; Peru, 1-Sol, 1894, counter- 
marked for Guatemala 4$-Real, 1894; Colombia, 8-Reales, 
1820. First three very fine. : 


U.S.A., AR Dollars, 1921D, 1925; Half-Dollars, 1917, 1954; 
Philippines, Peso, 1897 (3); Japan, 1-Yen (2, one counter- 
marked for Formosa); China, Tael (2); Portugal, 400- 
Reis, 1813. Fime or very fine. 


/R Cuba, 1-Peso, 1897, souvenir (W.R. 1A) (828 struck). Ex- 
tremely fine, very rare. 





/R —— 1-Peso, 1897, souvenir (W.R. 1B) (4,286 struck). Ex- 
tremely fine, rare. 

AR —— 1-Peso, 1897, souvenir (W.R. 1c) (4,856 struck). Ex- 
tremely fine, rare. 

AR 1-Peso, 1897, souvenir (W.R. 1c) (4,856 struck). Ex- 





tremely fine, rare. 


AR Bolivia, 8-Sueldos, 1842; Dominica, 5-Francs, 1891; Guate- 
mala, 8-Reales, 1795 (almost extremely fine); Peso, 1872; 
Honduras, Peso, 1886; Haiti, Gourde, 1881. Fine or 
better. 


AR Hawaii, Kalakaua I, Dollar, 1883. Very fine. 


/R —— —— Dollar, 1883; Uruguay, Peso, 1844. Both fine. 


/R Mexico, 8-Reales, 1822 (D.60), 1831, 1892; Peso and 50- 
Cents, 1866; Peru, Pillar Dollar, 1754; Sol, 1891; Salvador, 
Peso, 1892 (D.1), 1893 (D.2). Mostly fine, some better. 


AR U.S.A., Dollars, 1798, heraldic eagle, good but pin holes at 
edge; 1883, a proof but discoloured; Half-Dollars, 1830, 
1838, 1893 Exposition. Last four very fine. 


/R Miscellaneous foreign silver coins, dollar size (4), smaller (83). 
Mostly very fine, some better, 


12 


87 


32 


18 


20 


58 


82 


44 


58 


70 


20 


44 


36 


rata) 


0 


0 


Lor 


599 


600 


601 


602 


603 


604 


605 


606 


607 


608 


609 


40 


As U.S.A., Rosa Americana, Twopence, 1723, about fine; Wood's 
Halfpennies, 1723 (2); Washington token, worn. 


/R Guadeloupe (British Occupation 1810-16), Mexico Dollar, 
1810, pierced with a square hole of 12 crenations and 

* countermarked on each side with G crowned, for 9-Livres 
(Prid. 2) (wt. 269 grains). Fine and rare. 


AR Hong Kong, Dollar, 1867, fine; Liechtenstein, 5-Kronen, 
1904 (D.216), very fine. 


Italy, Vatican, Pius VIII, Scudo, 1830 (D.189). Very fine, rare. 


AR Russia, Peter the Great, Roubles, 1723 (Dav. 1658), 1725 
(Dav. 1661). About fine. 








R — Roubles, 1725 (Dav. 1661); Catherine II, 1764 
(Dav. 1683). Fine. 

AR Roubles, Catherine II, 1763, fine, 1766 (Dav. 1683), 
very fine. 

/R —— Roubles, Anna, 1736 (Dav. 1673); Elisabeth, 1751 (Dav. 
1677), both fine; 1756 (Dav. 1679), very fine. 

A —— Elisabeth, Commemorative Rouble awarded to troops 


after the Russian victory over the Prussians at Kunersdorf, 
1759. Has been mounted, fine, very rare. 


Curious Currency: Siam, Ka-kim, 19th Cent. (1); 4-Baht, 1-Baht 
tin ‘‘Hat-money’’, 19th Cent. (2) (both pierced); Tok and 
Pig-mouth money (4) (cf. Kneedler Pl. III, IV and V); 
Japan, Genbun cho-gin, 1736 (J.& V.G. 8); Annam, Gia 
Long, silver bar (1802-20), 2 Strings (Sch. 119) (1); Ming- 
Mang, 5-Taels in tin (Sch. 170) (1); Russia, Catherine I, 
copy of 10-Kopecks, 1726 (1). Mostly fine or better, many 
are rare pieces. 


Siam, Chula Lingkorn (1868-1910), 5-Famlung (20-Ticals), 1880 
(issued as part of set to commemorate the cremation of the 
king’s mother). Very rare, extremely fine. 


Portugal, Ai (180) from John III to Mary I, including X-Reis, 
1683 (P.B. Reis 54, fine and very rare). Eighteenth century 
issues, some fine; the earlier issues mostly worn. 


11 


180 


Lor 
610 


611 


612 


613 


614 


616 


617 


618 


619 


41 


— Ni (5) and | (169) from John VI to the Republic (1926) 
(including Craig 51, 52 and 103, all rare). Mostly fine or 
better. 


Azores, AR (11); 300-Reis, 1795, 1797; 150-Reis, 1794 (2), 1795, 
1798; 75-Reis, 1794 (2), 1795 (2); Spanish Half-Dollar, 
c/m. crowned G.P.; bell metal (2); 80-Reis, 1829 (2, one 
very fine for this issue; \AZ (30) from 1750 to 1901 (in- 
cluding X and’ V-Reis, 1830, extremely fine). Many fine, a 
few better. 


Madeira, AZ XX-Reis, 1842; X-Reis, 1842 (2), 1852 (2); |A& 
Tokens, Vicente D’Oliveira & Co. 1799, 100-Reis and 50- 
Reis; W. Phelps & Co. 1802, 50-Reis and 40-Reis, both 
c/s.; J. A. Bianchi, undated, 60-Reis. Fine to very fine. 


Mozambique, AR Oncas, 1843, 1845; Indian Rupees c/m. P.M. 
and P.M. crowned; A# issue of 1819-21, 80-Reis, 40-Reis 
(4), 20-Reis; II and I-Reis, 1853. The last two very fine, 
the others fair to fine. 


Angola, AR 6-Macutas, 1770 (holed), 1784; 4-Macutas, 1796; 
2-Macutas, 1762 (2), 1763; coppers from 1753 to 1789 (25), 
eight not c/m.; 2-Macutas, 1815; 1 and 4-Macuta, 1814; 
1-Macuta, 1860 (2); $-Macuta (6), all dates 1848 to 1860. 
Many fine, some scarce. 


Brazil, AZ (130); Regal issues from 1695 to 1823 (98), including 
XX-Reis, 1695 (fine and a rare date); Empire issues, 1823 
to 1832 (33), some countermarked. Some fine. 


Italy, AR Tuscany, Dieci Lire, 1807; minor .AX, pre-1862 (31), 
1863-1930 (47); San Marino, Aé (9); Italian Somaliland, 
fE (2), 4-Bese 1909, 1-Besa 1918. Some fine or better. 


—— (122), mostly pre-1862. Some fine, a few better. 


German New Guinea, A 1-Mark; |i 10-Pfennig, 2-Pfennig, all 
1894; Kiaochau, Ni (3), 10-Cents (2), 1909, 5-Cents, 1909. 
All fine or very fine. 


French Colonies, Isles du Vent, AR 12-Sols, 1731, 1732, 6-Sols, 
1731; other French Colonial coins of 18th, 19th and 20th 
Centuries in /R (7), billon (19), |AE (30), other metals (16), 
including Comoro Islands 5-Centimes (Yeomans 1) (in mint 
state). Some fine, a few better. 


174 


43 


10 


42 


130 


90 


122 


44 


32 


40) 


72 


40 


36 


66 


0 


40 


21) 


3h) 


30 


34 


a 


2 
04 


Lor 
620 


621 


622 


623 


624 


625 


42 


European, AR crown size (6), infra (326). Many fine or better. 332 


Scandinavia, AZ (70, mostly Swedish, pre-1873), small AR (11). 
Some fine. 81 


Russia, Georgia, AX 400-Thetri, 1816; \AZ 20-Puli, 1810; Siberia, 
Az 10-Kopecks, 1776; Spitzbergen, brass 10-Kopecks token 
dated 1946; Russia, coppers of Peter I (3). Fine. 7 


—— dated 1734 to 1844: 10-Kopecks (2), 5-Kopecks (15), 
infra (28). Many fine, a few better. 45 


Puerto Rico, AR 40-Cents, 1896; 20-Cents, 1895; 10-Cents, 1896; 
5-Cents, 1896; Hawaii, AX Dime, 1883. The first very fine, 
second and fourth extremely fine, others fine. 


on 


Danish West Indies, AR XII-Skilling, 1740, 1748, 1767 (2); 
X-Sk., 1845; II-Sk., 1816; 20-Cents, 1862, 1905; 10-Cents, 
1878; Ni 5-Cents, 1905; \22 1-Cent (4); §-Cent, 1905; also 
8-Sk. of Christian V, countermarked SE in script in an 
oval. Except the last, fine and better. 16 


END OF FIRST DAY’S SALE 


Lor 


626 


627 


628 


629 


630 


631 


632 


633 


634 


635 


636 


637 


43 
SECOND DAY’S SALE 


Thursday, 26th October 1967 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


ENGLISH GOLD COINS 


Edward III, London Noble, Pre-Treaty, series G. saltire stops 
both sides, rvev. annulet each side of lis in upper terminal. 
Extremely fine. Ex Lockett Collection (Lot 4259). 


—— London Noble, Treaty Period, annulet before ED, double 
saltire stops on both sides. Extremely fine. 


—— Calais Noble, Treaty Period (1361-69), obv. without flat at 
stern, vev. C in centre, double saltire stops both sides. A 
very fine and full coin, scarce. 

Richard II, London Noble, m.m. cross pattee, straight-sided 


letters, annulet over sail, double saltire stops both sides, 
obv. reads D.G. REX. Very fine, very rare. 


Henry VI, London Noble, Annulet issue (1422-7), obv. lis after 
HENRIC, annulet by sword arm, trefoil stops, vev. m.m. lis, 
mullet after 1c, annulet stops. Almost extremely fine. 


Edward VI, Half-Sovereign, 2nd period (1549-50), crowned bust, 
m.m. arrow. Fine, scarce. 


James I, Unite, 2nd coinage, m.m. Tower (1612-13). Very fine. 
Cromwell, Broad, 1656. About fine, rare. 

Charles II, Guinea, 1666. Only good but rare. 

James II, Five-Guineas, 1688. Fine. 


—— Guinea, 1685, elephant and castle below bust. Extremely 
fine, very rare. 


William and Mary, Two-Guineas, 1694 (4 over 3). Almost ex- 
tremely fine, toned. 


170 


130 


170 


380 


130 


26 


20 


24 


25 


Lor 


638 


639 


640 


641 


642 


643 


644 


645 


646 


647 


648 
649 


650 


44 


—— Guinea, 1689, Fine. 

—— Guinea, 1692. About fine. 

William IT, Guinea, 1698. Almost fine. 

Anne, Guinea, 1711. Fine. 

—— Guinea, 1714, almost fine; George IV, Sovereign, 1830, fine. 
—— Half-Guinea, 1714. About fine. 


George I, Guinea, 1715, bottom hair curl rounds truncation. 
Slight edge damage, otherwise very fine, very rare. 


—— Guinea, 1723, fifth bust. Fine. 

—— Guinea, 1724. Almost extremely fine, toned. 

George III, Guinea, 1787; Half-Guinea, 1804; Quarter-Guinea, 
1762 (has been mounted); George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718. 
Except where stated, very fine. 

—— Sovereign, 1817. Almost mint state. 

—— Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, 1817. Almost extremely fine. 

— Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, 1817. Fine. 

—— Sovereigns, 1817, 1820. Very fine. 


—— Sovereign, 1820. Almost extremely fine, toned. 


—— Sovereign, 1820. File mark on edge, otherwise extremely 
fine. 


George IV, Sovereign, 1821. Extremely fine. 
—— Sovereign, 1821. Very fine. 
—— Sovereign, 1821. Very fine. 


—— Sovereign, 1822. Very fine. 


Lor 


659 


660 


661 


662 


663 


667 


668 


669 


670 


671 


674 


45 


—— Sovereigns, 1821, 1825. Almost very fine. 


— Two-Pounds, 1823. Knock on cheek, otherwise about ex- 
tremely fine. 


—— Half-Sovereign, 1824. Practically mint state. 


—— Proof Sovereign, 1825, new bust by Chantrey and Wyon, 
milled edge. Brilliant and extremely rare with this edge, 
toned. 


—— A similar proof. Brilliant but lightly rubbed in field, ex- 
tremely rare. 


—— Sovereign, 1825. Very fine. 

——— Pattern Five-Pounds, 1826. Very fine. 

—— Sovereign, 1826. Almost extremely fine. 
—— Sovereign, 1830. Almost extremely fine. 
—— Sovereign, 1830. Very fine. 


William IV, Pattern Sovereign, 1830, by W. Wyon, edge plain. 
Brilliant and very rare. 


—— Proof Sovereign, 1831, edge plain. Brilhant and very rare. 


—— Sovereign, 1836, by Chantrey and Merlin. Practically mint 
state. 


Victoria, Proof Two-Pounds, 1887, without artist’s initials on 
reverse. Slightly rubbed but brilliant and rare. 


Edward VII, Five-Pounds, 1902. Very fine. 


William and Mary, Two-Guineas, 1794; George IV, Two-Pounds, 
1823. Both have been mounted. 


George III, Guineas, 1785, 1797; Sovereigns, 1817, 1836, all 
worn; Victoria, Diamond Jubilee medals, small size (2), 
both very fine. 


to 


44 


60 


32 


210 


130 


25 


270 


210 


55 


80 


IZ 


68 


34 


46 


25 


20 


46 


2| 


676 


677 


678 


679 


680 


681 


682 


683 


684 


686 


687 


688 


689 


46 


Guineas, 1759, 1788, 1790; Half-Guineas of George II (2); Third- 
Guinea, 1797; Quarter-Guineas, 1762 (2); Half-Sovereign, 
1826. All worn and most have been mounted and pierced. 


GOLD MEDALS 
Edward VII, Coronation medal, 1902, large size. Very finc. 
Victoria, 1897, Jubilee medal, large size. Very fine. 


—— International Inventions Exhibition, 1885. Very fine. 


Anne, Peace of Utrecht medal, 1713, by John Croker. About 
fine. 


Calendar medal, by Albert Wiss, 1942 (wt. 51 dwts.). Very fine. 


Germany, President Kennedy medal, commemorating his death, 
22nd November, 1962. Extremely fine. 


—— Republic, William II modern commemorative medal, 1859- 
1941. Extremely fine. 


Hungary, Kremnitz, St. George medal, by Becker. Very fine. 
—— Basilika, Maria Zell medal, 1157-1957. Extremely fine. 


Persia, Riza Pahlevi and Fara Diva, Marriage medal, 1956; 
Greece, Izmir medal, 1927. Both very fine. 


Vatican, John XXIII medal, 1962 (for 10-Ducats). Extremely 
fine. 


—— John XXIII medal, undated (for 8-Ducats). Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


Vaud Horticultural Society, gold prize medal. Very fine. 


Maria Theresa, commemorative medal, 1953 (29.03gr.). Ex- 
tremely fine, 


Lor 


690 


691 


692 


693 


694 


695 


696 


697 


698 


699 


700 


701 


47 
SILVER & COPPER COINS, etc. 


A’ Regni, uninscribed Quarter-Stater (Mack 65), fine; AR Pennies, 
Burgred, type A, Bearneah; St. Edmund, Memorial coinage; 
Eadred, BMC 4, Hunred, cracked. Except the last, fine or 
better. 


“AR Alfred the Great, London mint, Penny without moneyer’s 
name (BMC VI). Cracked and repaired, otherwise fine. 


AR Pennies, Eadger, rastoLr (BMC 8); Aethelred II, long cross 
(BMC 4a), Rochester, poor but rare; hand of Providence 
type (BMC 20), Wilton; Cnut (BMC 14), London. Fine 
and better. 


/R Pennies, Edward the Confessor (BMC 7), Shrewsbury, 
chipped; Lincoln; (BMC 9), Winchester. Fine. 


AR William I, Pennies, Two Sceptres (Br. IV), LEOPOLD ON PH; 
PAXS type (Br. VIII), Oxford, Wulfi; Exeter, Semaer; 
Stephen, Watford type Penny. Fine, the first cracked. 


/R Richard II, London Half-Groat, pierced; Halfpenny and York 
Penny; Richard III, Groat, m.m. boar’s head on both 
sides, vare. About fine. 


/R Hammered coins, Edward IV, Groat, m.m. coronet, very 
fine; Henry VIII, Testoon, m.m. pellet in annulet, fine; 
Groats (2); Philip and Mary, Shilling, 1554, and Groat; 
Edward VI, base Shilling, York Penny; other English 
hammered silver coins (13). Mostly fine, some better. 


Miscellaneous English hammered silver coins, also a few Anglo- 
Gallic, Scottish and Irish (44). Mostly fine. 


JR Edward VI, Crown, 1553, m.m. tun (A.18), about fine but 
plugged; William III, Crown, 1695 sEptimo, fine. 


AR Scotland, Mary and Henry Darnley, Ryal, 1566. Very fine. 


AR Halfcrowns, Edward VI, 1551, m.m. Y, fine; Elizabeth I, 
m.m. 1, sceptre points to I of REGINA, very fine. 


AR Elizabeth I, Crown, m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre points to G of 
REGINA. Very fine, rare. 


21 


44 


60 


46 


42 


52 


48 


140 


195 


26 


‘26 


100 


160 


0) 


0 


0 


65 


100 


80 


36 


65 


i80 


68 


0 


0 


0 


0) 


Lot 


702 


703 


704 


705 


706 


707 


708 


709 


710 


712 


713 


714 


715 


JR 


JR 


fR 


48 


—— Milled Sixpence, 1562; hammered Shilling, 6d., 4d., 3d. 
1567, 2d. (2), 14d., 1d., 3d., dd. (2). Mostly very fine. 


James I, Crown, third coinage (1619-1624), m.m. trefoil over 
lis. Fine and rare. 


Halfcrowns, James I, Scottish issue, m.m. thistle, good; 
Charles I, Briot’s issue, obv. m.m. flower and B, fine; 
Commonwealth, 1651, good, rare date. 


Charles I, Oxford mint, Half-Pound, 1643, obvv. m.m. 
plume, Oxford plume behind King, vev. m.m. group of 
four pellets, three Oxford plumes. Fine and rare. 








/R —— Copy of the Oxford mint Pound piece, 1642 (probably 
19th Century work). Fine. 

fR Briot’s Crown, obv. m.m. flower and B, rev. m.m. B. 
Pierced in striking, almost very fine. 

/R —— Aberystwyth 4d., 3d. (2), 2d. and 1d.; Oxford 4d.; 
York 3d.; Tower Penny; Scottish Thirty-Shillings, Fal- 
coner’s second issue. Fine or very fine. 

/R —— Briot’s Shilling, second milled issue, m.m. anchor and 
B; also 6d., m.m. anchor, very fine; Charles II, hammered 
Shilling and Sixpence, first issue, m.m. crown, the first fine, 
latter very fine. 

AR Newark Shilling, 1646; Commonwealth, 1/-, 1651, 6d., 
1652 (over 49), 2d., 1d., 4d. Fine or very fine. 

-R —— Newark Shillings, 1645 (plugged), 1646; Pontefract 


Shilling, 1648, octagonal, in the name of Charles II, rev. 
DVM : SPIRO :SPERO. Good. 


Commonwealth, Crown, 1653 (ESC 6). Striking flaw at edge. 
otherwise very fine. 


Cromwell, Crown, 1658, by Simon, showing die flaw (ESC 
10). About extremely fine, scarce. 


__. Halfcrown, 1658 (ESC 447). Very fine. 


— Shilling, 1658. Small striking flaw at edge, brilliant and 
toned. 


12 


Lor 


716 


#17 


718 


721 


722 


723 


724 


725 


726 


727 


728 


729 


730 


731 


732 


/R 


fR 


49 
—— Crown, 1658, by Simon, showing die flaw (ESC 10). 
Almost extremely fine, scarce. 
—— Halfcrown, 1658, fine; Shilling, 1658, extremely fine. 


Charles II, Crown, 1676 octavo, third bust (ESC 52). Very 
fine, toned. 


—— Crowns, 1662 rose, edge undated, 1667, 1679, 1680; 
Halfcrown, 1675. Good to fine. 


Halfcrowns, Charles II to William III, 1683, 1686, 1689, 
1698 pEcIMO. Fine and better. 


James II, Crown, 1688 (ESC 80). Fine. 


AR —— Crown, 1687, weakly struck, otherwise almost very fine; 


William III, Crown, 1695 octavo, very fine, toned. 


-R James II to George II, Crowns, 1688, 1696 (2), 1707 R & P, 


1743; Halfcrown, 1708E. Mostly fine. 


/R William and Mary, Crown, 1692 (2 over 2 inverted), QvINTO 


(ESC 85). Almost very fine, rare. 


AR Anne, Crown, 1708 vico (ESC 99). Spotted metal, otherwise 
almost extremely fine. 

/R —— Crown, 1708 plumes (ESC 108). Very fine. 

AR George I, Crown, 1723SSC (ESC 114). Very fine, toned. 

/R —— Crown, 1723SSC, good; Halfcrown, 1715, fine. 

AR George II, Crown, 1741. Very fine. 

AR —— Crown, 1746 Lima (ESC 125). Almost extremely fine. 

/R —— Proof Crown, 1746, old head, vicestmo (ESC 126). 
Scratches in field on obverse, otherwise extremely fine, 
steel-blue tone. 

AR —— Proof Crown, 1746, similar (ESC 126). Brilliant and 


toned. 


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160 


110 


90 


55 


17 


36 


70 


82 


82 


98 


65 


50 


50 


65 


90 


260 


0 


0) 


838 


110 


78 


46 


36 


36 


38 


54 


Lor 


734 


737 


50 


Halfcrowns, Anne to George II, 1703 vico, 1710, 1723, 1731, 
1743, 1746 Lima. Fine or better. 


Shillings, Charles II to George III, 1679, 1685, 1693, 1697, 
1703 viGo, 1707, 1708, 1714, 1728, 1725, 1736, 1739, 1745, 
1758, 1787. Mostly very fine. 


Sixpences, Charles II to George II, 1681, 1688, 1693, 1696, 
1703 vico, 1705 (2), 1711, 1723, 1732, 1743, 1746, 1758. 
Mostly very fine. 


George III to Victoria, Shillings, 1817, 1820, 1821, 1825, 
1826 (2), 1834, 1889, 1898; Sixpences, 1787, 1817 (2), 1821, 
1824, 1826, 1837, 1897. Mostly extremely fine. 


George III, Crown, 1819LIX (ESC 215); Bank of England 
Dollar, 1804. Very fine. 


—— Mexico Dollars, countermarked with the head of George 
III, 1773 in oval, 1799 in octagon. Very fine. 


—— Mexico Dollar, 1777, with octagonal countermark. Very 
fine. 





Potosi Half-Dollar, 1775, with octagonal countermark. 
Fine and rare. 


—— Lima Dollar, 1790, with octagonal countermark. Almost 
extremely fine. 


Mexico Dollar, 1792, with oval countermark. Almosi 
extremely fine. 





—— Mexico Dollar, 1792, and a George III Halfpenny, both 
with countermarks. Good. 


—— Spanish 4-Reales, 1794, Madrid, with oval countermark. 
Very fine and rare. 


Mexico Dollar, with circular countermark, completely 
obliterated by a grille pattern. About fine. 





—— Bank of Ireland, Proof Six-Shillings token, 1804. Brii- 
liant. 


1] 


Lot 


747 


51 


AR —— Crown, 1820LX, fine; Saxony, Christian and his two 
brothers, Taler, 1599, fine. 

AR —— Crowns, 1818LIX, 1819LIX. Very fine or better. 

AR —— Bank Dollar, 1804, very fine; Mexico Dollar, 1791, 


with oval countermark, fine. 
AR —— Northumberland Shilling, 1763. Extremely fine. 
AR George IV, Crown, 1821 sEcuNDo. About extremely fine. 
—— RX Halfcrown, Shilling, Sixpence; ‘AZ Penny, Halfpenny 
and Farthing, all 1826, briliant proofs; and a Maundy set 


of 1826, extremely fine. 


AR Victoria, Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence, 1887; Sixpence 
and Threepence, 1893. Brilliant proofs. 


AR —— Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Very fine, toned. 
7R —— Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Very fine. 
/R —— Crowns, 1844, 1887, 1891, 1893, 1895; 4/-, 1887 (2); 


2/6d., 1877, 1887; 2/-, 1852. Mostly fine or better. 


/R —— Crowns, 1844, 1845, 1847, 1887 (3), 1889 (2), 1890, 
1893, 1895, 1899. Very fine and better. 


—— Crowns, 1844 (2), 1845 (2). Very fine. 
—— Crowns, 1887 (5), 1889 (1). Mostly extremely fine. 
—— Crowns, 1887 (6). Extremely fine, some toned. 


—— Crowns, 1888, 1889LIX. Very fine and better. 


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—— Halfcrowns, 1887 (10), 1889 (2); Shillings (8); Six- 
pences (10). Very fine or better. 


— 1901, A Halfcrown to 3d., AZ Id., 3d., 4d. Extremely 
fine or better, toned. 


a. A similar lot. 


10 


32 


27 


48 


125 


26 


60 


55 


88 


56 


42 


54 


38 


38 


14 


100 


62 


48 


4 


0 


0 


770 


771 


772 


52 


—— A similar lot. 
—— 1901, AR Halfcrown to 3d., 42 1d., 4d. Extremely fine. 


—— A similar lot. 








fR 2/6d., 1/- (2), 1893; Edward VII, 2/-, 1/-, 1902, matt 
proofs; George V, Shillings, 1915, 1916 (3), 1923, 1927. 
Extremely fine or better. 

AR Groats, 1888 (4); Elizabeth II, Threepence, 1961, 
struck in white metal. Extremely fine. 

AR —— 1887 sets, Crown to 3d. (4); another, but Crown dated 


1889, contained in five unofficial cases. Very fine or better. 


AR Crowns, 1902, very fine, 1931, fine; Maundy set, 1902, very 
fine. 


AR Crowns, 1822 (poor), 1935 (4), 1937, 1951 (2), 1953 &4), 1960 
(2); smaller AR (5); Canadian Dollar, 1935; South Africa, 
Crown, 1947. Mostly very fine. 


/R George V, Proof Crown, 1935, with raised inscription on 
edge. Brilliant, scarce. 


AR Edward VII and George V, Halfcrowns (18); Edward VII, 
Shillings (14); Elizabeth II, Shillings (3); AE George VI, 
Threepences (54); miscellaneous English, foreign and 
Colonial, AR (11), Az (87). Many very fine. 


/R Halfcrowns, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1927 (10), 1928 (8), 1929 (8), 
1931 (39), 1932 (8), 1933 (22), 1934 (3), 1935 (10), 1936 
(2), 1953. Contained in a card drop-front case with five 
wooden trays. Many extremely fine. 


JR George V, Crowns, 1935 (11), in red boxes of issue. Brilliant. 


/R Crowns, George V, 1935 (10), very fine; George VI, 1951 
(11), in cases of issue, brilliant. 


7R Crowns, George V, 1935 (11); George VI, 1951 (11). Very 
fine or better. 


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30 


21 


187 


114 


11 


22 


Lot 
779 


780 


781 


782 


783 


784 


785 


786 


788 


789 


53 


/R Crowns, George V, 1928, very fine; Elizabeth II, 1953 Proofs 
(2), brilliant. 3 


AR George V to Elizabeth II, Shillings (312); Victoria, 1887 Six- 
pences (23); miscellaneous 6d. (15), 3d. (4); other AR (2), 


Ai (11). Very fine, many extremely fine. 367 
‘Rk —— Halfcrowns (177), mostly George VI, contained in five 

Whitman-type folders. Extremely fine. 177 
/R George V to George VI, Florins (68), contained in three 

Whitman-type folders. Mostly extremely fine. 68 
AR George VI, Crowns, 1951 (13). Mostly brilliant. 13 


—— 1951, 5/-, 4d. (2), 4d. (2), in card case; AR Halfcrowns, 
1914 to 1946 (192), many dates missing; South Africa, 
Elizabeth II, Proof Crown, 1953; New Zealand, AR 6d. 
(19), 3d. (20), 1964. Many extremely fine. 238 


George VI, Proof set 1950, Halfcrown to }d., in card case, bril- 
lant; Elizabeth II, non-proof Crown to !AZ 4d., in plastic 
case, extremely fine. 19 


Elizabeth II, Halfcrown, Florin and Sixpence, 1964, all mis- 
strikes on uneven flans and with plain edges. Extremely 
fine. 3 


—— Halfcrown and Sixpence, 1965; Florin and Shilling, 1966, 
all mis-strikes with plain edges. Extremely fine. 4 


AR Maundy sets, Charles If, undated, 1686, 1763, 1792, 1818. 


Very fine or better. 20 


/R Maundy sets, 1822, 1824, 1893, 1896, 1897 (2), 1898 (2). 
Mostly extremely fine, some better. 32 


AR Miscellaneous Maundy coins, Britannia Groats, etc. (62). 
Fine and very fine. 65 


AR Maundy sets, 1867, 1902, 1908, 1911, in cases. Extremely 
fine. 16 


-R Maundy sets, 1872, 1888, 1907, 1935, 1952, in official and 
unofficial cases, Mostly brillant, 20 


60 


65 


40 


32 


72 


24 


22 


48 


60 


105 


0 


0 


30 


110 


195 


60 


90 


52 


155 


75 


165 


80 


65 


0 


0 


0 


0) 


Lor 


793 


798 


799 


800 


801 


802 


803 


804 


54 


AZ George II, 1797, ‘Cartwheel’ issue, bronze Proof Twopence 
rs Penny, very fine; Pattern Halfpenny, 1799, extremely 
ine. 


4E Victoria, Penny, 1869. Extremely fine, very rare. 


—— Young head, A! Pennies (189), all dates, including 1869 (2); 
Halfpennies (21), including 1871; Farthings (100). Some 
fine. 


—— 42 Pennies (5), 1874 (P.1690), 1874H (P.1697), 1878, 
1890, 1892; Halfpennies (6), 1860, 1861 (2), 1879, 1884, 
1885; Farthings (3), 1881, 1886, 1895 (rave); George VI, 
Pennies (2), 1950, 1951; Elizabeth II. Penny, 1953, and 


a plastic set of 1953 coins (9). Mostly very fine. 

AE —— Pennies, 1841 (7), 1844 (2), 1847 (2), 1848 (5), 1851, 
1853 (2). Very fine and better. 

Ait —— Pennies, 1858 (6), 1859 (4); Halfpennies, 1841 (7), 


1846, 1851, 1853. Very fine and better. 


AE Pennies, 1861 (pierced), 1862, 1874 (8), 1890, 1891, 1895 (2), 
1896 (2), 1897, 1899 (3), 1901 (4), 1902 (7); Halfpennies, 
1853, 1857, 1874 (3), 1888, 1890, 1893, 1896, 1897 (6), 
1899 (3), 1900, 1902, 1903 (2); Farthings (3). The first 
poor, remainder very fine, some extremely fine. 


/R Maundy sets, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1902, in 
cases of issue, extremely fine; odd Maundy coins, Groats, 
Threepences, etc. (47); odd cases (2), mostly very fine. 


AR Halfcrowns, 1874 (2), 1880, 1902; Florins, 1873, 1874, 1887, 
1897, 1902; 1/- (12), 6d. (20), mostly of Victoria. Mostly 
extremely fine. 


AR Crowns, 1662, 1665, 1670, 1671, 1687 (fine), 1696 (pierced), 
others (4); smaller English AR (31). Mostly poor. 


Miscellaneous coins, AR foreign dollar size (5), smaller (105), \As 
and Ni (172); miscellaneous medals, buttons, etc. (85); 
Banknotes (3). 


/R Crown, 1902; Bank 3/- Token, 1811; Halfcrowns (3), 1817, 
1887 J.H. (2); Florins (6); Bank 1/6d. Token, 1812; 
Shillings (6) (including 1787, no stop at head); smaller ® 
(40), including odd Maundy pieces (22) and current 3d. 
dated 1944. Fine or very fine, 


310 


26 


19 


20 


51 


75 


41 


41 


370 


58 


Lor 


805 


S06 


807 


810 


813 


814 


816 


$17 


55 


A! Pennies (10), 1827 (fine and rare), 1858 (Peck 1518), 1860 
(P.1625), 1887, 1895 (P.1939—very rare), 1896, 1899, 
1900, 1901, 1902 (P.2205); Halfpennies, Victoria (9); 
Farthings and smaller (21), from Victoria; Pattern Farthing, 
1676, in silver (P.492—worn). Except where stated, very 
fine or better. 


AR Crowns, 1662, 1662 rose, 1696, 1822, 1844, 1887, 1935, 1937, 
1951 (3); smaller AR (10), |AX (14, including 1869 Penny, 
very worn but rare). Many fine, some better. 


AR Gold Coast, Proof Ackey, 1818, brilliant; Mombasa, Rupee, 
1888, 2-Annas, 1890; Ceylon, Rix Dollar, 1821, about very 
fine. 


4& South Africa, Republic, Pattern Twopence, 1874, obv. arms, 
rev. value within dotted circle. Extremely fine. 


Ai —— Pattern Penny, 1874, obv. similar, vev. value within 
dotted circle on chequered background. Almost extremely 


fine. 


Pattern Penny, 1890, obv. arms, rev. value within 
wreath. Extremely fine. 


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4Z Orange Free State, Pattern Penny, 1874, obv. orange tree, 
vev. Value within wreath. Extremely fine. 


AZ —— Pattern Penny, 1888, obv. arms, vev. value within 
wreath. Extremely fine. 


AR Griqua Town, Pattern Tenpence, undated, obv. dove flying. 
Very fine, rare. 


EZ —— Pattern Penny, undated, obv. head of Victoria left, rev. 
dove flying between GRIQUA TOWN. Extremely fine. 


AE Cape of Good Hope, Pattern Penny, 1889, obv. similar to 
preceding coin, rev. coat-of-arms with supporters. Brilliant. 


South Africa, Kruger, Pattern Crown, 1892, struck in lead, 
single shaft. Fine and rare. 


AR Australia, George VI, Proof Crown, 1937. Brilliant, rare. 


41 


1 


105 


105 


38 


24 


26 


32 


30 


165 


62 


45 


0 


0 


W’ drawn 


65 0 0 


36 


40 


40 


36 


36 


30 


Lot 
S18 


820 


821 


822 


823 


$26 


827 


828 


829 


830 


831 


832 


833 


56 


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~ Proof Pennies, 1955, 1958; Proof Halfpenny, 1946. All 
brilliant, the last rare. 


Jersey, Double Proof Sets of 3d. and 1d., 1966 (2); Double 
Crown Proof Sets (3), in cases of issue. Brilliant. 


—— A similar lot 


—— Double Crown Proof Sets, 1966 (5); Double Proof Set of 
3d. and Id., 1966, in cases of issue. Brilliant. 


—— A similar lot. 


Cyprus, George V, Proof Crown, 1928, in case of issue. Brilliant 
but tarnished, rare. 


Southern Rhodesia, George V, Proof set of 1932 coins, 2/6d., 
2/-, 1/-, 6d. and 3d. Brilliant, rare. 


Elizabeth II, British Caribbean Territory sets (2), AR 50-Cents 
to Ai j-Cent; Victoria, Crown to 3d., in unofficial case. 
Brilliant and very fine. 


AR South Africa, George VI, 1947, Proof Crowns (4), in official 
cases of issue. Brilliant. 


A similar lot. 


A similar lot. 
A similar lot. 
A similar lot. 
A similar lot. 


AR South Africa, George VI, 1947, Proof Crown; Rhodesia, 
Elizabeth II, Proof Crown, 1953, in cases of issue. Bril- 
hant. 


AR Elizabeth IJ, Bahama Islands, 5-Dollars, 1966; South Africa, 
AR Proof Crowns, 1960 (2), Ai Pennies, 1960 )50), Half- 
pennies, 1957 (35); Australia, 1958 Pennies (47), Half- 
pennies, 1961 (35); New Zealand, Pennies, 1957 (50), Half- 
pennies (50). Mostly extremely fine. 


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21 


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Lor 
834 


835 


836 


837 


838 


839 


840 


841 


842 
843 
844 


845 


846 


847 


57 


/R Australia, three sets 1/-, 6d., 3d., 1910 to 1963 complete, 
contained in two Dansco folders (181), many duplicates. 
Mostly fine, some better. 


AR Halfcrowns (9), Florins (4), Token 3/- (2), Shillings (7), 
Sixpences (11), Threepences (10), others (16); \AZ Regal 
coppers (120), tokens (8), from George III to date. Mainly 
fine, some better. 


English Regal silver: Crowns (3), Double-Florin, 1889, Half- 
crowns (19), Florins (21), Shillings (49), others (150), 
mainly George III to date; medals (8). Mosély good. 


Foreign silver, including Talers (6), others (about 150). Many 
fine. About 


Greek AE of many types. Mainly fair. 


Roman , including Egypt (20), others (256). Mostly poor, a 
few fine. About 


English AZ, mostly Regal copper and bronze. Mostly poor, a few 
fine. About 


Miscellaneous foreign, mainly copper and bronze of 19th and 20th 
Centuries. Mainly fine. 


Canadian Cents, large variety of dates. Mostly very fine. 
Coins of the world, AR (97), |AZ (229). Some fine. 


Ancient coins, 4, mostly Roman (146). A few fine, some 
forgeries. 


A similar lot. A few fine, some forgeries. 


AE English Regal coins (75); 18th and 19th Century Tokens (57). 
Mostly fine, some better. 


Russian large silver medal, in case inscribed ‘‘Presented to Sir 
Edward Thomason by Le Chevalier Benkhausen, Consul 
General for Russia’; Thomason’s ‘‘Testamental Truths’’ in 
AE (25), in metal box; Naval Victories (4), in metal box; 
Roman Emperors, in bronze (12), in red case; miscel- 
laneous commemorative and other medals in /R (8), ‘AZ and 
white metal, etc. (71). Mostly very fine, some better. 


181 


187 


156 


94 


286 


278 


LOT 
LOT 


326 


146 


146 


132 


121 


35 


44 


42 


65 


28 


12 
42 


60 


45 


165 


155 


0 


45 


12 


170 


135 


130 


36 


~I 


0 


Lor 


S48 


849 


852 


853 


854 


857 


858 


58 


Coins of the world (416) in 4 and Ni; demonitized Banknotes 
(29), all contained in a stained deal self-made coin cabinet. 
Some fine. 


Small cabinet, ten drawers, glass-fronted door, lock, no key; 
coin box by Spink, enclosing two loose trays, Bramah lock, 
no key. 


Late Roman A® (52) of Arcadius, Honorius, Theodosius I and II, 
etc. Mainly fair. 


Ancient Jewish, Second Revolt (A.D. 132-135), Denarius, inscrip- 
tion in wreath, vev. two trumpets (Reifenberg 182). Very 
fine and very rare. 


Denarius, grapes, vev. jug to r. (R.185). Fine and 





rare, 
—— —— Denarius, grapes, rev. lyre (R.188). Fine and rare. 


—— —— Copper (24mm.), grapes, rev. palm-tree (BMC 
XXXVII/8); another (BMC XXXVII/1 var.). Both fine 
and scarce. 


—— Coppers (7), Maccabean (R.11?, 14), Herodian (R.59), 
Procuratorial (R.130, 1386 (2), 147), all fine; other ancient 
coppers (8), all fair. 


Alexandria, Antinoiis (c. 138 A.D.), bronze (24mm.), bust r., 
with inscription, vev. Hermes on horseback to r., holding 
caduceus (cf. BMC 925). About fine and rare. 


—— Billon Tetradrachms (24), Nerva to Lucius Verus, some 
rare reverses. Mainly fine or very fine. 


Russia, early ‘‘wire’’ Dengi (49). Fair or fine, all pierced. 


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